These images are part of a developing series, titled “33 Meters Squared”, consisting of images taken inside our Paris apartment. I've decided to draw these images from within the confines of a restricted space in order to focus my attention on the here and now. To see what is, and always has been regardless of place, right in front on me and most important in my life.
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