"I feel disinherited even from my childhood memories, so that I stand before you as a writer without any ground of being out of which to write: really blown about from country to country, culture to culture until I feel - until I am - Nothing" - Ruth Prawer Jhabvala 'Disinheritance'. 

This series of work is based on found maps. This work explores place and identity and the artificiality of the transient boundaries - both physical and psychological. 

Along with these constantly evolving boundaries, are the identities that are being re-shaped. I have used bare minimum tools and use stitch to recreate a sense of belonging that often requires listening and nurturing that my work attempts to capture.