This site-specific installation aims to call for attentions to space itself as a tangible existence. A room is not simply a room; a room is an entity of six planes with a space enclosed in it, whether or not occupied.

One layer of gauze fabric (light weight, easy to inflate) and one layer of tracing paper (to make air-tight), each measured 1ftx1ft, were sewn into a 10x10Sq Ft piece that filled the floor space of an empty room. It was inflated with two floor fans.

Normally a material used in architectural design, tracing paper is chosen here to raise a question: now that architecture is becoming more form- and façade- oriented, what happens to the inside, the details, and quality of space?