“A PART OF ME” is a documentary photography project that aims to focus on our relationship to everyday objects that have such a strong meaning to us that they contribute to define our identity. At the age of Molysmocene, an age when humanity produces more manufactured remains than human remains, such a relationship between a human being and an object can be seen as a note of hope for a change. The entire project consists in 10 triptychs. All the photographs are unique prints taken on outdated 8x10" Efke direct positive paper processed in caffenol: the photo paper used in this project has been saved from waste, thus breaking the obsolescence cycle.