These places are real. I think of them as a parallel reality – another version, or potential other version of the world we are part of everyday. They are composed of elements I find in pockets of wild space that sit next to our everyday spaces: sounds, materials, atmospheres. I see them as a kind of mapping process of these areas: ones that I think of as the soul of the city or place they are part of, where all the loose ends, feelings and thoughts collect. In a sense, these kind of spaces are ‘free’ or ‘wild’ and this is the atmosphere that I want to explore in my work, a place out of time that gives our imagination – and therefore, perhaps our souls – a different kind of agency to consider other possibilities for themselves.