Conditional Space showcases a fall of obstruction between human interaction and the environment. The hole acts as a point of curiosity which invites engagement with the piece, and looking through it reveals a frustratingly limited view. What transpires over time is the dissolution and evolution of that view. As the sun dries the clay, it is released from the window, revealing a grander perception full of light, greenery, and increased chances for visual interaction. Conditional Space reminds us that though separation is rampant, there is space for connection when barriers are dropped.