During the Corona pandemic Jordan applied a strict country wide three months lock down. Confined to the enclosure of one's house for extended periods of time, the day to day space of our homes seems increasingly stagnant while time slowly sneaks in.

Our presence in space manifests through the traces we leave behind over time. Similar to the way archeologists learn about prior civilizations from the structures (spaces) they've left behind, I set out to observe my presence through the miniature spaces I'm leaving in miniature times.

Out of the entire space of my house, I had noticed that the coffee table/couch was the space I was using most, the space transformed into a new shape -by my presence within it- with the passing of each day.

This project is an observation of the interplay between time and space, and the way "I am" throughout.