'Ma' is space and time at the same time; it is 'place', it is a waiting, a pregnant emptiness that invites our imagination/contemplation to imbue it with life. 'Ma' is the room for possibility, it is an 'in-betweeness', living in the spaces outlined by objects. Yet it is neither just this space nor just these objects. 'Ma' is relationships: between spaces and between times, between people and between things. To be cluttered is not to have too many things - it is to have not enough 'Ma'.