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Aristotle once said that space is not “nothing,” but a receptacle in which objects of matter can be placed. Explorations of Nothing investigates unconsidered spaces in a various series of works, lending form to in-between spaces, negative spaces, shadows and gaps in order to give importance to that which is normally overlooked and unacknowledged. Explorations of Nothing draws attention to the space between reality and abstraction, playing with our perceptions of two and three dimensional space. By removing existing objects from the equation, their shadows become the focus of attention, transforming them into tangible objects, and thereby revealing them as inseparable components of reality.