"Somewhere In Between: Chicago" (TRT 18 min) investigates what it feels like to be a bicultural person living in Chicago today. Through an open call, residents were invited to participate in an interview and video shoot that took place at a location of their choice. The two-screen installation juxtaposes cityscapes, architecture, and domestic settings with portraits of the participants performing simple, everyday actions. The audio consists of ambient sound and voiceover, revealing a state of mind typical of those who live in an intercultural space and are in constant flux between two or more places and cultures. Through fragmentary shots and voiceover, the two-screen installation creates a sense of continuous flux and serendipitous encounters. The result is a multilayered portrait of Chicago mixing images of the city and its people with stories that reveal their sense of self and place in the world.