My practice is a study of specific, multi-use, nondescript and seemingly unspectacular public spaces; linear, repetitive and geometric. These urban spaces are a part of our everyday lives; purposeful, transitory or used for some task or leisure. This regular use leads to a sense of familiarity with the architecture, which can result in the space itself becoming overlooked. I document and draw attention to the spaces through a repetitive working process, which involves a drawing practice, photography and space specific installation. The considered and space specific installation of my work simplifies the exhibition space, reflecting the spaces I study and allowing time to consider space and purpose.