Born in California to a Japanese mother and Israeli father, Yekutieli imposed questions of belonging and displacement from the very beginning of her life, waiving the option of a singular origin. In this series of work, Yekutieli photographed her studio in transitioning moments and transformed them into manual paper-cutting, by doing so, she emphasizes the vivid boundaries of what is part of a narrative, and what is left out of it. Various narratives are contained within a singular piece of paper, presenting a multi-layered presence; an artwork inside an artwork, a frame within a frame, narratives overlapping narratives. She parallels the belongings of the objects to different stories within the work to her own overlapping associations. Such as each person has a past that can be read from different points of view; also objects have the tendency to belong to different histories and contexts.