The ‘someone’ who lives in that space is a girl. The narrative is that of this girl growing up, commencing with her as an infant just home from the hospital to growing up to become 18 years of age, when she will leave for university, leaving the room and her childhood behind her. But the girl herself is not part of the artwork! Instead, the girl and her growing up are symbolized by the objects and the way they are placed in the room. “While creating the character of the girl, we asked ourselves: Can we portray a person, her characteristics, her activities and age with only the objects she may use? Is it possible to tell a story with the main protagonist missing? The challenge then was to remember enough from our childhoods, objects we may have used or to find objects that we assume children use as they grow up, imposing upon them presupposed activities and emotions of what, by now had become ‘our’ girl. Our girl grows up with every page as you go down from the attic into the room. When the room ends, the girl too has moved on,” narrates the artist. The staircase and a teddy bear are the only constants.