This staging is cinematic but not cinema, house museum but not museum. Interior spaces and décor can be an exploration of tracing, embellishing, and disentangling social conventions, habits, and cultural codes (weaving a complex network of associations and pairing, simply through the proximity) to fundamentally understanding of the cultural identity or inverting taste. Social and historical commentary is embedded within presentations that recall the performative staging of a film set or a showroom, with styles borrowed from house and history museum displays and even social clubs. Décor not being an end in itself but rather its a critical stagecraft and an approach to mise-en-scène, creating a series of highly designed and convention-altering spaces that prompted questions, among them: What is this mix of nationalistic emblems, comic props, and poetry? Why does this feel globalized and nostalgic at the same time? Creating an anti-style that combines competing designs, the cultural aspirations and social fissures can be distinctively be captured within a space or spatial plan. The format of the interior that emerges here is a space of choice and decision making, but also of the display of taste, a portrait of sensibility and identity constructed. Cultivated style and pedigree variation are brought into comic adjacency and punched through with a cartoon-like immediacy.