About the Book
What does the self-storage industry say about our society, the way we live, the things we value and the price we pay to keep our material goods?
This book is an exploration of these questions. It sets out to investigate the nature of the super-modern ‘non-space’ that is the contemporary storage facility and its position as an extension of the family home.
The work asks questions about the nature of permanence and value, transience and separation, as well as drawing our attention to the things we keep and collect in a 21st century consumer society.