My work concerns a periphery of body, space and environment; how we interact with conscious and unconscious circumference. Starting from physical limits, they extend to social definition of gender and culture. In society, an individual negotiates the accepted periphery of larger groups. In a virtual community, on the other hand, cultural, linguistic and physical periphery becomes fluid and elusive. We often intuit peripheries and experience displacement when being outside. What happens when we choose to go out of the way? Peripheries shift constantly like the continental drift without us knowing while standing right on top. I investigate encounters with others which transform ourselves and community.