“Patch-Work” is an installation of dry point etchings pinned and organized on the wall in relation with a given place. I directly used found nuts and bolts, washers, nails, screws as templates for the imagery on the plate. The objects are found on the ground of a city in continual state of demolition and construction. I used the prints to build a space reflecting the physical space we inhabit but also the mental space we have to built in order to belong. The piece “Patch-Work” is about Home, as in what defines where we live. I wanted to underline the relation from an exterior to an interior space which becomes a metaphor for our individual life.