My hands become another’s. my body extends across space and I register a new awareness of my own physicality. My fingers gently examine the smooth, lustred form that I hold, but my gaze is located elsewhere, ahead, on those other hands that have become mine: touching, holding, exploring. And yet it is the coarse sensation of a stoneware body, mediated by my eyes, that meets my touch. I am suddenly connected to both myself and to every person, to this space and another, to a shared continuity.