I have started thinking about how to show my experience of Lockdown. Some of it is about leaving the empty corridors of the practice and one box of PPE for 20, 000 patients and working from a bedroom which holds my anxieties about work, my health and my family. The 'Room' became an ambiguous space where I felt isolated and overlooked despite the practice contact on social media and IT platforms such as Teams. I did not sleep well. There was 'escape' from my room on a bike my son had given me; I enjoyed that freedom even when raining and looking out of my consulting room window reminded my of this other world.