Filwa Nazer’s textile sculptures explore the body’s relationship to space. Made as Nazer was preparing to move home to Saudi Arabia from the UK, the works are based on floorplans of her homes in London and Jeddah. Flat architectural drawings, echoing the marks of garment pattern-cutting, take on three-dimensional form as ambiguous suspended forms. Nazer’s use of green polyethylene references the material wrapped around buildings under construction in Jeddah. This moment of transition in the artist’s life coincided with rapid social change occurring in Saudi society – a period characterised by both anticipation and anxiety.