Ink on paper
2014 - 2016
These drawings question the politics of home as a place of confinement, refuge, work and play and the tensions of wanting to get far away from these conflicting requirements. The drawings illustrate a psychological development, illustrated metaphorically with a surreal, unrealistic ideal of Architecture.
The buildings show two separated spaces which each belonging to its own commitment while considering the memories derived from the core dwelling space. A pathway of stairs elevates the sanctuary that leads down to the fertile ground – Similar to the way we experience the ever shifting, complex, material yet ephemeral world in which we exist.