Using footage shot in a close-to-condemned guesthouse on the NSW south coast, between engages in a detailed exploration of a very particular architectural space. The slowly moving camera reveals the traces of those who have occupied its sagging furniture and slept between its tarnished walls. Occupants who seem to have just stepped out and who could appear in frame at any moment. It is a space that conjures a presence through absence, a space between.In this sense, the haunted muteness of the guest-house offers no resistance to the operations enacted upon its likeness: images that are at once transformed and folded in sound. The system of projection that transmits these images renders them ghostlike. From the cold preciseness of the digital realm an altogether less certain form emerges, flickering, haltingly uncertain. A reminder of a space between vision and its apprehension. A signifier, perhaps, of the inadequacy of representation itself.