The sea is the connecting liquid of the world; by entering it we are universally open to its energy, danger and collective histories. When immersed in water we become hyper-aware of our own breath as vital and of our own skin as boundary. This breath and boundary space of a body is explored in my work through objects and materials that hold the potential to activate memories of water. These ideas are anchored in a drawing practice that situates itself between body and nothing space.