Just as the definition of bebop describes music of complex harmony and rhythms, the four artists in What Lives in the Space Between Points are at times very complex in their perspectives of the world. While St Celfer explores the microcosm and macrocosm (as above so below and as within so without) pondering what things might be eluding us in ways we have not considered, Luke Gumaelius' keen academic mind considers patterns in biological and cultural existence... In contrast, Robin and John Gumaelius utilize expert ceramicist skill to create fantastical creatures both biological and imaginary. The three meet in the realm of concept... What can't we hear? What can't we see? And what is our mind capable of imagining?