Internal Spaces refers to interior rooms and empty, derelict locations. They represent seismic upheavals within the mind: internal landscapes; the corner of a cleared office, the leftovers of a kitchenette, the bare bones of a ransacked room, the relics of a former life.
‘The line between inner and outer landscapes is breaking down. Earthquakes can result from seismic upheavals within the human mind. The whole random universe of the industrial age is breaking down into cryptic fragments …’ – William Burroughs: Preface to JGBallards ‘The Atrocity Exhibition.’