Storage is a necessity often treated as a static afterthought in many public institutions.
Through an interpretation of what constitutes as storage for the different user groups in a dance school, various devices and moments of storage, both physically and intangibly, begin to anchor and allow the space to unfold through interactions with its occupants. As each user temporarily lets go, leaves, revisits, and reclaims within the moments of storage for learning, rehearsing, performing, resting, and waiting, these intimate engagements begin to define the space at any given time and encourage the performative.