A momentary place of transit; the Hotel can be seen as an empty shelter. An oxymoron on many levels, this place is ultimately representative of space between boundaries; wakefulness and slumber, working and restful, solitary and inhabited, lust and apathy. The housed rooms permeate, both a presence of absence, and an absence of presence as travellers check in and out. Reassuring duplicates, the rooms pervade an enthralling sense of anonymity amongst the lone occupants. Drawing a parallel to the Hotel, Wear you allNight is characterised by a tacit acknowledgement - and in some cases, desire- of the existence of transient and temporal connection between individuals.