Photographs are flat; they show only one of many possible (optical) perspectives. Every detail changes what we perceive. How spatial is photography? What means can be used to translate a two - dimensional image into space? Terhechte tries to think about such transformative steps in order to make the transition between an image and its three - dimensional space tangible. She examines photography by dismantling, repeating and reassambling her images. By contrasting minimally different pespectives, her work playfully engages with the differences between various media. Composing images to new sequences she questions the realiability of chronology. Only slight changes in shadow allow us to recognize that time has passed from one image to the next.