Dear 1646, , produced during an art residency program in The Hague, responds to the concepts of ownership and belonging through a narrative drawing on the broader context in which ethnical entitlements complicate the concept of ‘belonging’ in a non-official and diasporic context- experiences which shape understanding and authority of a space and identifiers unique to prerogatives as inhabitants of a geography, further reflecting on the notion of alternative historiography, corresponding to a relationship by transversal interdependence across sociocultural lineage and topographies that perpetuate the concept of belonging and agency.