This model creates the space of an event (a woman watering a plant) through its action. Two depth of field shots, each looking at the event from opposite ends were morphed to form the space. A depth of field shot combines all the actions of the event within the observation frame. To observe this a 3D frame containing 190 screens was created. Each shot was allocated 95 screens, half the numbers of frames each shot contained (190). The shot would travel from its starting point to the other end and then return to its starting point. Although both shots would begin at opposite ends they would be synchronized in time. Each frame of the shot represents an instance of the space at that time. By projecting each frame onto an adjacent screen and leaving a trail of older frames decreasing in transparency behind, the new construction describes the space of the event as a residue of the action.