Dealing with my childhood home in Deal has always involved dealing with dyslexia, which affected my family.
It is often misunderstood and sometimes denied. Naturally my take on dyslexia is subjective, but art institutions acknowledge that many artists, architects, sculptors and other creatives, are dyslexic to some degree.
This year's Architecture Week theme - "Different Perspectives" - only encouraged me.
In my new free-flowing, 3D space, I made an installation to try to convey the frustration of paperwork piled up at my parents' home, me trying to make sense of it (and failing) and the inheritance of panic whenever anyone produces a form to fill in.