MFA Thesis project: "In/'Habitable". An installation of corner interiors seeped in patterns of habit and habitat. A process based on inhabiting the space for 4 hours per day, I sought explanations of ritual and habit, fantastical habitat and space. Home is not only my habitat, but a documentation of my habits. A morphology of marking and sharpings "In/Habitable" creates a sense of wall-life as opposed to wallpaper.
Patterns of ants dance through the crumbs of everyday existence, making hikes through the crevices of the cushions and landmines over terrazed floors.
Interiors become more than the space they they are in, they are inhabited by us - one day at a time, we mark the walls with our existence.