A photographer cataloged all 12,795 items in her house. This is what she found
After going through a divorce and moving home for the 11th time,
Barbara Iweins decided to take stock of her life -- and everything in it.
Going from room to room, she spent almost five years documenting every single object she owns,
from loose Lego bricks and old keychains to remote controls,
kitchen utensils and miscellaneous knick-knacks.
The resulting 12,795 images offer an intimate, unfiltered portrait of the Belgian photographer.
Her warts-and-all approach -- a vibrator and a dentist's mold of her teeth are among
the many personal items in the inventory -- is almost the antithesis of today's social media,
whereby users closely curate what they reveal to the world.