I, the artist, capture the guard that forms the triangle (or square, depending of the sites) looking towards the land.
I’m in the place, she is the fluctuating boundary between place and space.
I take a color image of her back while she is looking towards the space.
This space could easily become a place.
I move forward, and step up at her lieu, at the boundary, at an edge, at an in-between. I capture the space, in color and on silver gelatin.
I then take a GPS reading of her location knowing very well that one step to the right, or to the left, will change the place and space …therefore, she becomes the in-between.
The end work itself is the definition of the place.