I was in Berlin for a winter and while there I photographed the interior of a building across from my studio. Its interior was defined by two open stairwells with tall windows facing east and west. I loved the blankness of the walls. I photographed the floor and walls according to the ways I related to the space, and the ways the space presented itself each day.
The space was different each time I moved through it; I do not feel that I gradually came to know it more definitively. The walls are painted white and dull beige but they continually took new postures.