The passage from infancy into adulthood is seemingly familiar, yet its edges are impossible to define. An early rite, it often finds expression in moving beyond the familiar and into the unknown. Contemplating young adults as they move through the last days of their childhood towards a future uncertain, and positioning them against the housing estates where they live, The Cedar Room proposes a dialogue around modernity, young masculinity, and the sense of constriction that can accompany belonging. Ongoing.