This art project by Emily Grundon would probably be perfect for our Skim Milk column but I couldn’t wait. Called Nonspace, the projects aims to highlight the architectural geometry of space through a study of light and shadow. Looking to the corners, Emily puts the focus on the lines and angles of the art gallery itself – as opposed to that displayed within it. She hopes to draw more interest to the details that often go unnoticed, and as she says, “hopefully creating a quiet but intriguing view of the simplicity and value of architecture.”