From 20 metres of lining paper, we created an installation within our bedrooms. As a result of the pandemic and being confined in our own spaces this year, I wanted to create somewhere to unwind and distract myself from the uncertainty and worries that come with it. A space for meditation within my bedroom felt almost essential.
Living in a bungalow with four people and a dog can be quite invasive, so I knew I wanted to design something that created a further barrier between myself and others. I was particularly inspired by the musical shapes that Marit Roland uses within her works, creating a powerful and dominating composition that becomes softened through the repetitive curves. I thought this could symbolise how during meditation your thoughts try to take over but you override them by paying attention to the repetition of your breathing.