The “leaving and returning” project, combining the two themes of mobility and “dwelling,” focuses on the temporary physical absence of people from their homes. What links do they maintain with their homes when they are on the move? What consequences do these mobilities have on the social and spatial organization of their homes? It would appear that being physically away from home through some form of mobility doesn’t automatically entail a social, spatial, temporal or even digital separation from it.
See online : the Mobile Lives Forum