As a continuation of my work with surrogate bodies that can be inhabited by the mind (i.e. drawn imagery on readymade or handmade objects – on paper, ceramics etc.), I’ve expanded my work into spaces that can also be inhabited by the body. One such a space was my paper house built inside the Zoller Gallery at Penn State, as part of my thesis show. Another such space is the tiny house on wheels I built in 2015/2016 and now inhabit daily. Read more about the process in Nesting blog posts.


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