A renowned painter used to say that the first step in painting a table is to measure it. Measurements are every day gestures that grasp the background and the figures that make up the space that affects us; be it a house, a room, a corridor or a tiny corner. From these coordinates, An [im] proper corner unfolds in a series of temporarily occupied spaces (rooms in shared flats, workshop modules, the exhibition space of the gallery, etc.) to speculate on its relationship with issues such as emancipation, artistic practice, and everyday life in a global city like Barcelona. Perhaps the first step to occupy a space is to draw it. In this existential process, architecture ceases to be a construction and begins to be something more.