Home life: a towel, a sheet, a mat on the floor. Positioned in front of a large window. Wide-angle view. A model of a drying rack. Frosted glass slowing light. Moderating contrast. Low depth of field. Closer. A fitted bed sheet made of shower curtain fabric. Billowing and stiff in new material form. The bath towel a thin photocopy; smooth fabric, printed texture. Light and darks indicating absorptive qualities it doesn’t presently have. The towel shrunk quietly to some kind of signal, a certain type of concentration. A lino rectangle with a printed woven woollen rug pattern lightly overlaid, visually entwining with equal hue. Questions. A shower curtain, or a bed sheet? A towel, or a piece of unabsorptive fabric? A warm rug, or a piece of cold lino? Materials vibrating in who they are being, who they are actually, and who they are together. Basic questions stirring: what are these objects, what is my relationship to them, what effect does it have on me and them to be near a window? Qualities of evaporation.