I have always thrived in the presence of the unknown; being in a new place with no foothold. The novelty of Berlin quickly became my muse. The constant movement forced me into a state of constant production. My ignorance to the language left me deprived, linguistically blind, and I could no longer interacted with my environment the way I was accustomed to. This changed the way I took in information as a whole. As a result, the work I produced began to reflect the scramble of my thoughts as I tried to elucidate my surroundings and decypher the many scenarios in my most recent life. The content was always there to create a cohesive narrative, but the structure came together like a puzzle, often unfinished.