and—and, detail. Gaps, a punctuated space, both physical and implied, have the potential to organise or disrupt the flow of a narrative. A gap can be silence between the pieces, where the unspoken, the absent and the unseen can fall into a void. The gap as a spatial concept of closeness and distance is embedded throughout this practice-led research. The gap separates, fractures and divides and equally connects, relates, prompts a punctuated reading.