A Space Left Blank looks into the gradual impact of modern life on our being. In today’s world, there is an intense disconnect from reality, a seemingly vast separation occurring from how we live in reality to how we create lives to suit perceptions, such as the case with social media and the environment we partake in. What has become of us? Do we remember ourselves, and our lives before our social accounts? What connections have been lost in a time of oversaturation? How much time has slipped by us looking through a glass screen? How many intimate moments have vanished through letters across wires? A Space Left Blank explores the journey between the digital & the real & the progressive shift in our nature as we covet the seeming simplicity of modern convenience.