<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>
<p>2014<br />
Floorplan Harness</p>

The first of the two objects is a wearable piece based on the fictional floorplan of the house of Norman Bates from the film Psycho by Alfred Hitchcock. This object is tied around a box made of plywood.

In my opinion, the floorplan as a depiction of house and home tied around an object is an adequate expression of the feeling of being caught in one's history.