My Flat, As Rearranged

Ink on Paper | 30 x 42 cm |
Ink | 30 x 42 cm |

Taking everything out of my flat, into my mind and onto paper, this drawing is about the constant negotiation of the spaces we inhabit, through the processes of arranging, rearranging, tidying, messing up, accumulation and letting go.

This is the story of one person and one studio apartment (drawn with one pen). In my day to day work at a large practice, I draw hundreds of flats for thousands of imaginary people, filled with generic furniture for abstract families. As a reminder that these homes will someday be filled and lived in by actual people, I decided to document the space occupied by one person, myself, mess and all.


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