Brewster created Place in Reflection, 2016, after a trip to Guyana, the country her family moved from when they immigrated to Canada in the late 1960s and 1970s. She photographed places and people that reminded her of the stories that family members would tell her about life back home, and then created photo-based gel transfers on wooden panels. This sequence of fragmented images shows groups of schoolchildren in uniform. “I did [this] series of transfers because I knew that [they] would come out in a fractured kind of way, to show that these are…like false memories,” says Brewster. With Place in Reflection, the artist acknowledges the differences between present-day Guyana and the homeland that exists in her family’s nostalgic recollections.