If space is taken as nature, it is always waiting to be filled or one may say, it is also a medium waiting to be colonized. This could primarily be done by the social practice of capitalism, through commercial images, signs and objects.
I think Chhatrapati conceives of space as a primordial one, a space that can receive fragmentary contents. He introduces disjointed things, people and habitat. He ignores a cohesive run down, representation is bound to fluctuations and ephemeral masquerading as stability, conflictual relationships embedded in an appearance of logic but still are meaningful either in oppositional or combinational sequences. What interests me is that in the primordial space he uncouples desires and needs and leaves it open. Curiously this is the space where middle class have taken up residence.