Windows separate the outside from the inside. They provide an inside peek into an enclosed space, but also let light into darkness. The concept of blurring contexts is something that my work has always explored. Whether it’s between cross-cultural compositions, or the use of old and new materials and techniques. For this installation I want to play with the concept of ‘inside’ and ‘outside’, creating a world inside the window that reflects the outside environment. Water, plants and animals will play a role in imagery, cut out of paper and used to create a world of its own. Elysha will create a site specific white paper cut installation, custom made to the Boxset space window that will be suspended from the roof, reaching from ceiling to floor.