Land becomes property when divided by a fence. Opposing traffic is separated by a double-line. Although these apparatus function in drastically different ways they share the common idea of defining space between things. I am interested in that middle space. I photograph and trace divisions such as cracks separating the floor, painted-road markers that designate one lane from another, and neighborhood fences that create the boundary of ones yard. These documents record specific places between things and are the foundation to my practice.