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.
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.