'Here There Then Now' is about the psychology of space at the intersection of lived experience. Rachel Garfield and Stephen Dwoskin engage in a conversation about the role of the artist in their generation and each film the other's home. The resulting video is a fragmented composite of these different elements. The piece is conceived as a four screen video projection installation constituting a notional walls of a room. The four screens play simultaneously and un-synchronised, thus creating new meanings through comparison, conflation and juxtaposition as the images and narrative shifts and slide in a collision of subjective viewpoints.