Indicating structure, Flat Depth blends physicality with image and relates to the body in space to identify an imagined place in the surroundings. Fragments are fabricated into another experience, repurposed, ambiguous. Glass holds the memory of process pushed and pulled, the material is shifted, revealing time altered, solid and fragile. Drawn elements mark time and the fabrication of memory restructured in the moment where the shadow speaks of a transitional space. In this system, possibilities and perspectives emerge in the space that unfolds behind the image.