This short video piece was shot at Belsay Hall, a greek revival mansion located in Northumberland, which has been opened to the public through British Heritage unfurnished and seemingly abandoned. The large empty spaces and peeling wallpaper make the viewer aware of the passage of time, not normally observed in these historical contexts. Throughout the video ambient sound is heard, distorted and echoing throughout the rooms. This piece emerges from the idea of liminal spaces, which is that some places are in-between one point and another. The moving image itself is a liminal space, as it is an image of something, not the physical thing it is representing. It only gives the illusion of it through coloured pixels or light.