A place for my things is an exhibition consisting of a series of image-transfer drawings on fabric. The work revolves around the concept of home, both physically and mentally. In the exhibition, I reference my own personal space and furniture as stand-ins for intimacy, comfort, and solitude. The configuration of these drawings defines a psychological atmosphere, describing the introversive qualities of my personality. Through a process of solvent-based image transfers in which I lift the ink from the surface of photographs onto a translucent fabric, I use drawing and sewing to interpret the house as a body of images and an extension of self.