«Space between» presents two animation loops, projected on two marble plates. These were polished to let pass the light, letting pictures visible from both sights and showing a clean and an altered version of the animation loops. Videos represent a laborious activity parallel to the stop-motion process. Sanding plate and hitting stones process are revealed within the objects of their activity, creating a « mise en abyme » between virtual representation and actual display screen. Then, objects gathered from Akiyoshidai’s land are used as reflectors, dispatching light fragments through the room, reorganizing the display set. A permanent sound of rain, falling on cut bamboos proposes a reflection about how limestone continuously evolves and reshapes through water.