Public Notes is a series of outdoor ephemeral drawings, made from colored sand and chalk. The piece aims to communicate and engage the public both visually and conceptually, by re-positioning domestic objects into the public sphere. The work acts as a language, commenting on social and cultural matters, and creates the experience of a linked connection between body and space. Encompassing the space in which is being view, the work offers sporadic moments of intimacy and belonging, an open dialogue with passersby is encouraged. Once the drawings are completed, the public is invited to “visit” by physically entering, stepping in or passing through the marked silhouettes. The spatial nature of the work spreads along the island and acts as a map. Viewers may become active participants in the work by locating and referencing the "notes."