Meatspace is a way of defining physical or offline experiences with cyberspace as a primary existence. This is a reversal of the default mindset regarding cyberspace as the opposite of real-life. Each portrait is also physically demanding in it's production. The images are printed through an inkjet process onto Latex sheeting. The latex is then physically manipulated (either by stretching, twisting, or other means) and then stapled onto canvas bars. In some cases the restrictions of the physical world create tears and breaks within the image, revealing limits that do not exist in cyberspace.