Womb Space

"As an imaginary image, the womb can be a cave, a room, a house, or a city; as well as a seemingly boundless geographic or architectural space in which a subject experiences a sense of loss of perspective ('agoraphobia' is the fear of wide-open spaces)."

–"Womb Fantasies: Subjective Architectures in Postmodern Literature, Cinema, and Art" by Caroline Rupprecht