Spatial drawings (TOFI 1, TOFI 2; TOFI being a short form of "Thin on the outside, fat on the inside" used to describe the percent composition of the body of a person who while being objectively slim has a high fat level) are referring to the micro connections that keep the human in a certain condition. Nervous system and plexuses that surround muscles and organs are grids that keep the body together. In her practice Zuza is often dealing with spatial discipline but also limits and borders within her own body. She makes her drawings from cables and wires, materials commonly used in construction, renovation and fence making. Cables that conduct electricity and wires that allow to separate an area or keep other objects together. She treats drawing as a linear and spatial form which can be modeled depending on the space in which it is exhibited.