Only the Lonely: Waiting in Vain for Susi
There's a great contradiction in the solitude of the homeless and psychotic. There is this sense of wanting to avoid the rest of humanity and an urgent counter longing for warmth and closeness.
I don't know that this other "outpost" in the building has anything to to with the occupant who lived in the one corner, but this scene does suggest that conflict of emotions.
I've pulled this photo and the others, the captions, and the set description together and made a blog post out of them which makes it easier to follow what I was thinking about as I considered these scenes: Only the Lonely: A Strange July 4th Meditation (on blog.entropicremnants.com)