Exploring the idea of home as a construction of personal identity, the three photographs in the Coverage series document news images projected over an installation of a re-created living room. This work is the site of intersection and interplay of a series of convergent concepts, including the juxtaposition of public and domestic realms; the layering of reality and simulation; and the play between the physicality of installation media and the illusionism of photography. The large scale of the projections and resulting photographs exaggerates the raster lines of the television screen. The images of the news events become distorted and abstracted as they invade and merge with the simulated living room. By layering the domestic re-creation with photographic imagery, this work embraces the blurring of distinctions between simultaneous realities: empirical, simulated, illusionistic, mediated.