In search of a place to call home is an exploration of my Asian-American identity in an increasingly tumultuous time to be Asian in America since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not feeling quite at home in America or Korea, I created a vision of the two countries a in the form of pojagis, a traditional Korean textile method of quilt-making in which carefully folded seam methods produce no wrong or right side. Made of recycled linen and cheese cloth, two pojagis face each other separated but intertwined with string threaded through fleshy clay pieces located in the cheese cloth squares. The string is sewn together with slurs I've heard in America and Korea translated into Korean and English respectively, so only those who speak both languages can understand its context. Two motors tighten and loosen the strings, resulting in a push and pull dance.