Part of feeling comfortable in an environment is familiarity, a sense of context: knowing the things that surround you, whether they’re hidden or evident, knowing what they are and where they came from and where they were before and why they are there particularly.  That’s what this project describes.

It describes how, from one place, it’s possible to have strands of dormant awareness.  From a single sitting-place, it connects to a whole range of objects and describes their relationship in physical terms – the distance measured in string and the orientation marked in tape.  What it hints at but can’t describe is the contextual knowledge of each item and the resulting emotional connection.