Resolution, at its core, engages with the issue of fact or fiction, the real of fake. By listening to personal accounts of the situation in Cyprus, we witness a larger narrative take shape. Some accounts are more personal than others, some are poisoned by political agendas and some are generational social traumas. But with such a complex issue, of so many ‘facts’ and so many ‘fictions’, how do we sift through and move on? This is the biggest issue faced by our generation in Cyprus. By being placed within the home, Resolution engages external issues within internal places, and how much these external issues affect us.