Every year in Australia, 30,000 people are reported missing. While most individuals are found within a short amount of time, approximately 1,600 missing persons cases remain missing for more than 3 months. For the people involved, 3 months can feel like a hopeless eternity as they soon come to realise that their loved ones are never coming home. Come Home is a delicate object, aimed to direct the viewer’s focus on the fragility of the subject matter addressed within it’s pages. An almost invisible Missing Persons article is present on every page, the most recent disappearances preceeding those that happened in the years before. Tissue paper pages replicate a delicate sense of passing time through the slow fading away of the text, also representative of the hope that dwindles with every passing day. Only the darker ‘come’ and ‘home’ resonate through the pages, whispering, crying. Observing the different locations of the word ‘home,’ we begin to form a mental map of the individuals who are suffering, not knowing what caused their loved one’s unexplained absence. All articles were extracted from The Sydney Morning Herald, 1995-2015.