Interspaces can be seen as dynamic field lines that tend to shift
depending on forces. This is visible in the often abrupt shift in
the boundaries of a country or in the soft shifts of field paths.
Interspaces shrink or expand in the dimensional change of perspective.
Beyond interspace there is the curvature or warp of polydimensional
space through gravitational forces. Here Zeno's paradox seems to
say that movement is only possible in interspace.