What we see is void. We see them, but they are made of atoms that cannot be measured, weighed or handled. Form is void; void is form. “Modern traces” refer to these full and empty spaces. Void takes the form of our view and provides an exchange between the inside and the outside. It uses geometry whilst performing this exchange. In order to interpret the world, now, it is necessary to go beyond the view bounded by the viewfinder. “Modern Traces” reveals this idea.