A wide curtain suspended on a wooden construction marks out a half-open space. Delicate, colourful lines embroidered on the fabric are in fact enlarged patterns usually drawn by children before they learn how to write. The gesture of drawing is focused in the meticulous nature of the embroidery, while the repetitive patterns and the repetitive task of drawing them are processed by the work of the embroidery machine. A sheet of paper turns into a curtain. The fabric and the wooden construction frame, partially divided with thin, horizontal slats, create a new place which can serve as a potential shelter, a private space of transformed memories.