The project "A Room Of Her Own" borrows its name from the Virginia Woolf book, "A Room Of One's Own." In Woolf's book she states that "A woman must have money and a room of her own if she is to write fiction." Since then, women have come a long way in owning their lives and making them what they want.
"A Room Of Her Own" is meant to show the complexity of an independent woman's life: her moments of reflections, joy, sadness, contentment, anger, and liberation in her own space. Having your own room is like having your own universe, where everything is in its place. This project is meant to capture the search for personal identity.
These encounters unseeingly become reflections of my own desire and spatial exploration---having not always had a room of my own.