An attempt at bringing to a more plan english: What is space? Space creates anxiety because within space is always movement. What, then, is space if space is a kind of precarious and slippery movement? Well, space implies not so much freedom, or openness, but the act of clearing out an area for freedom and openness. Consider when we think of space we don’t think of emptiness but rather our very human movement of clearing-away what was there and replacing it with our unique sense of how we wish to dwell there. So what makes space unique is how we fill it; how we use space as a conservative way to grip our own home and heritage; or how we use space to fill our voids with a sense of home; or our apathy to fill that space with nothing but constant movement. Space then is a clearing, an opening for us. In space then we are confronted with what we really are and want: the clinging to a new meaning, the disappearance of an old meaning, or a bridge of tarring were we cling to a previous meaning that is moving in space, dissipating. Whatever the case, the result is a curious position in the world for us to endure or perhaps appreciate. Although when these spaces are moved by large bureaucracies, they deprive of us a unique sense of movement that makes space shine.