Space: Outer and Personal is a project that forms a “lexicon of constellations,” by utilising found images, ephemera, borrowed words, flora, and graphite drawings as a means of understanding immediate surroundings and distant places. This project predominantly employed the process of drawing to continue my interrogation of spaces that are both familiar and foreign. This work addresses more closely; areas of intimacy, places of vastness, and readdresses a fading ancestry: using all these fields to explore the dichotomy and tension that exists interpersonally for an individual that has undergone assimilation.