The installation 'One world away' refers to my position as a migrant inhabiting the space between two countries - in which I was born and raised and the one I currently live in. This space in-between, where I 'am', has no physical dimensions and cannot be found on the geographical map; it is made by the interaction of spirit and mind, old and new, order and chaos; it is my laboratory for unpredictable experiments. It is the environment that defines me and by visualizing it my nomadic 'I' began to exist, come into a form, give expression to my experiences, but also an opportunity for others to reflect, to 'look' at these experiences. Therefore, the in-betweenness can be considered as an open system, influenced by various political, social and economic factors. Some of the questions that I set are: How the in-betweenness occurs in real space? Assuming that the in-betweenness is the mental expression of the existence of migrant, how it affects humanity as a whole? What is it to be a person living in a state of " in-betweenness"?