Through the mediums of paint, collage and photography, Bianca’s practice explores the shifting space between social life and physical surroundings. Incorporating materials such as tracing paper and transparent plastic, the work attempts to question the significance of the insignificant, hidden in our urban interior and exterior environments. By examining these unseen spaces and overlooked artefacts in a monochromatic format, their constructivist composition is communicated through a minimalistic aesthetic. The work acts as an instrument for conversation between anthropology and architecture, where culture and environment are interrelated, interwoven and integrated.St. Kevin's Community College, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow. Maryfield College, Drumcondra, Dublin 9. Holy Family School For The Deaf, Cabra, Dublin 7.