There is a window of time that divides the moment between deconstruction and how a space is reconstructed and utilised differently. This interstitial space between absence and presence in the landscape becomes an evacuation of the known and a confrontation with the unknown. We wait, we catch glimpses, a change happens before us, without us. We then live with a new architectural presence, a form that has been decided for us. My process, when I aim represent this notion in a 2-dimensional manner (painting), is through a series of layered observations that reduce as well as evolve in to a balanced composition of density and space.