All works were created in the loneliness and isolation of 2020. There was something quite motivating about the universality of this situation. I felt the only way to find my own sense of space or peace was to find ways to express the circumstance through my studio practice. During our time at home, as a family of four, we found ourselves grateful to be together, but also slowly going out of our minds to find space. Many of the works were shot in the same chair in our living room, emphasizing the monotony and limits to our privacy. I found that the only way to make sense of this time was to emphasize the absurdity of it all, to go deeper into the narrative of being stuck with just these few people for months on end with no end nor escape in sight.