As we learn to keep social and familial connections alive amidst the pandemic and rely heavily on digital media, I realize this has been my own ‘normal’ for most of the past decade. After immigrating to the US from India, my ability to travel home and be physically present with my family became limited, particularly after the 2016 elections. Thinking about home and belonging today, my thoughts go to my sister in Copenhagen and my parents in New Delhi. Using Augmented Reality as a storytelling tool for this film allowed me to see the evolving definition of ‘home’ through the eyes of my family. Shot entirely in my apartment while sheltering in place, this film is a product of remote collaboration between artists based in Copenhagen, Madrid, New Delhi, Mumbai, and Los Angeles. In ‘A New Normal,’ my everyday digital conversations with my family are overlaid with AR versions of my parents and sister in my environment to co-create a mixed reality experience that, for the time being, is the closest thing I have to the feeling of home.