Using this phrase as its title, the latest show by Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) deals with themes of self-reflection through works by Malaysian artists Joshua Kane Gomes (b. 1993) and Sarah Radzi (b. 1995). Reading the curatorial essay by Euginia Tan (b. 1991), I understand ‘bread crumbs’ as memories that can be followed to find “home”, which is in this case, the innermost self or selves. These memories are not always crystal clear, as we inevitably alter them with our fears and desires. Sometimes, we may even choose to suppress them, although lived experiences will always impact our lives. With vulnerability, the artists tackle their pasts head-on through the idea of duplicate personas, which arise from lingering echoes in our liv