I strongly believe that work is a state of mind, and through my studio I wish to explore the extent to
which work transcends the variables of time and space. I carried out this experiment by working in
mundane, unremarkable public spaces using some weight straps and plywood. These materials
readapted themselves to suit the nature of my work such as a bench, desk and meeting table. I realized
that work could become omnipresent and immeasurable while leaving us feeling inadequate.
Nevertheless, it is upon us to draw boundaries between our work and leisure and define our own
values and expectations from working.