For One, In A Shared Room is a thesis exhibition of works on paper, sculpture, video and installation visualizing the site and form of intimacy. The works collectively describe intimacy in context to the ordinary and how memory and feeling become embedded in the objects and spaces of home. Intimacy is present not just in the familiar, but also in the processes and actions we perform. Engagement with the physical and mental textures of the ordinary provides a world of fantasy and potential to reconsider contact between two people. “Potential” in normative, familiar spaces can lead to inclusivity for queer bodies and feelings with no defined shape or space. With stores such as IKEA providing possibilities for dream homes, this thesis looks for potential to transform the ordinary and expand queer intimacy. Queer intimacy is thus a thing to be worked on.