Two large glass panes, timber frame, steel hinges. The swinging glass records a series of captured experiences, visual slices of what was seen from the other side. The distortion and path that the impressions assume is dependent on the vantage point of the viewer. The associated impressions from two distinct vantage points have been traced on the glass and their paths in space are analyzed. The geometry of the object placed behind the glass, in this case a wooden chair, defines a volume in space as its impression is swung through the room on the glass pane.