Through installation, sculpture, digital and textile-based collage my work examines the boundaries between childhood and adulthood within the context of playful spatial environments. I describe these spatially complex environments as the InBetween. Here, I am interested in exploring fantasy and the capacity of the imagination to intersect with physical and nonphysical (art object) manifestations. My practice-led research interrogates three major cyclical processes: those occurring between childhood and adulthood, fantasy and imagination, and the InBetween. My practice-led research manifests through these cycles acting as both method and methodology. Through explorations of the InBetween, an oscillation is developed between haptic and digital spaces. My installations are presented in an accessible manner, allowing the audience to relinquish reasonable thought and engage with an outlandish fantasy narrative presented in a naïve and playful environment.