How much space do we need? How distant are we from one another? How is the space defined which keeps us apart? Where does the gap start and where does it end? And what is our relationship to it? What is our relationship to each other in general? At a time when everything seems to be merely a subjective point of view, Between Spaces spotlights these questions from different perspectives. The piece transpires playfully on a journey through an ever changing dramatic landscape: a panorama of sounds and images, materialising and vanishing. A journey that begins and leads nowhere except, perhaps, to the realisation that the goal was often overrated. Today we are completely opposed, tomorrow we can not be anything but in favour and in the interim nobody speaks about it. With a constant ebb and flow of abstract structures, the piece recounts stories of everyday encounters and glides along the interface between visual and performing arts.