Installation at the Forest Café, Edinburgh, Scotland, August 2008

Coffee chat dealt with the spatial politics of a transitory space. A café has an ever changing occupancy; its non-physical spatial boundaries are thus in constant flux. The work aimed to pick up on these constant changing spatial arrangements and to visualise the movement through and usage of space through the abstract language of coloured lines. By this approach I hoped to uncover the hidden relation between the architectural boundaries, the boundaries of personal space, people’s movements and the public realm. The visual quality of the art work aspired to make people aware of their environment.