This textile piece documents A.K Fabric Store, a shop in New York’s Garment District owned by its Afghan-American shopkeeper for over 30 years. The work is one of a series of pieces that document the liminal spaces in which the artist feels a sense of connection, a sense of home, in NYC’s predominantly Afghan neighbourhoods. Combining a wealth of fabric from the artist’s collection of global textiles – some of which were sourced from A.K. Fabric itself – the work is a portrait of a space important to the artist.