Combining autoethnographic methodologies with archival portraits, Inuuteq Storch’s photographic practice bridges personal and universal visions of Greenland. Storch presents excerpts from two publications, an archival book project and a video series. Mirrored – Portraits of Good Hope (2021) features large-format historical portraits photographed by Greenland native John Møller and digitised by Storch. At Home We Belong (2018) offers insight into the artist’s desire for acceptance in a small town within a country of about 55,000 inhabitants. The archival book project, Porcelain Souls (2018), delves into the history of Greenland via a collection of photos and letters his parents exchanged between the late 1960s and early 1980s. A large-scale printed image from this series is installed on the facade of the Kalba Ice Factory overlooking the Gulf of Oman. Anachronism (2016–2022), a video series, contemplates the ambivalences of the arrival of modernity in Greenland with traditional livelihoods.