I think people have a problem of thinking of space and time as separate. The four dimensions: height, width, depth and time, are all inseparable. Saying that time is somehow the ‘odd one out’, that there is space and there is time, is an illogical way of thinking: time exists within space and space exists within time, or to put it clearly: time is space and space is time. Try to think of space-time as a dance, the things that occupy space-time are not solid objects, but a gesture, a motion, a movement. In this way one can see that things do not decay, fall apart, cease to be, but move into something new. Sometimes this change is easily observed, the link between one gesture and the next is clear to the humans limited range of senses. Other times there may be seemingly nothing linking one guessture and the next, the human senses cannot pick it up. I speak of two different gesture however, it is one gesture, things don’t clunk into one another—no matter now clunky and jagged the dance, each motion still flows into the next. Form is an action; not a thing.