is a year-long conversation/diary in images by Marija Kalabić, a set designer based in Belgrade, and Marko Jobst, a lecturer in architecture living in London.   The task: to take a daily photograph of the immediate domestic interior, to which the other person is to respond visually – including the periods of travel when the interiors of temporary occupation become a substitute for home.   Several months into process the dialogue moved out of the interiors of flats into the interior spaces of buildings, ending the (imperfect) year of 365 photographic fragments with the building exit and announcing the possible future direction of the collaboration.   One of the project’s aims is to draw attention to the complexity of everyday experiences in seemingly banal domestic environments, and indicate ways of collapsing distance through abstraction and fragmentation.