In December 2014, Laura was invited by artist and curator Craig Barnes to perform an original work in the Centre for Remote Possibilities – an original, restored futuro house resting on the roof of Matt’s Gallery, London as part of the Revolver II series of exhibitions. Inspired by the indefinable nature of the spacecraft-like hub of artistic activity hovering on the skyline of Mile End, Laura chose to inhabit the pod for a day. She imported clothes, accessories, wigs, electronic instruments and a wide range of general household, kitchen and beauty appliances in an effort to make her home for the day a shiny bubble of “all mod cons”. Visitors to the futuro came and went as Laura tried out her makeup, wigs and clothes in an effort to find the perfect alter-ego for the environment. Eventually, she discovered Cassandra, an anachronistic throwback, a confused visual patchwork of 20th century archetypes, revolving around the image of a young, upwardly mobile, post-feminist domestic goddess who never breaks a nail.