The horizon is many things. It is our description of the unknown, the future, and the instigator of our imagination. The horizon is nowhere. It cannot be mapped, measured, or dissected, but it can be defined. A line denotes the horizon, separating us from those things that are mentally and physically out of our reach. The line represents more than that, and upon closer examination gives way to a nomadic encompassment of space. At any given time the horizon contains a multitude of objects, both living and not. Recognizing it’s limits and contents requires an understanding of both its spatial and temporal aspects, as well as of our own abilities to interpret and experience a space. This document explores the physical and mental search for an understanding of the horizon. It shifts, separates, and mirrors the unreachable distance of the horizon. Pulling in the spaces between the air and the landscape as it journals the search for a shifting end.