Space is harnessed and manifested through architecture, which is designed around a specific set of predetermined needs. The thought process too, could be seen as systematised, structured and quantifiable - a learnt and mechanical response to a given environment. These types of systematised structures enclose the figure, limiting their experience and preventing further psychological expansion. Neil Carroll's new work is a multi-directional map that provides the viewer with a means to re-negotiate the structured space. He endeavours to achieve this by utilising the materials of construction (block, wood and paint) and restructuring the framework of conventional architectural techniques. Familiar architectural formations are interfered with to form a new 'provisional architecture.'