My teacher encouraged me to be more deliberate with my point. To reiterate, in the arts, there has been a trend to try and record "zen", the space between the moments we normally record. I don't see "zen" as an automatically blank space of nothing which is zen, or tranquil, meaning lacking action with which to draw any attention(inherently making the piece's intentions benign). I am making a point that "zen" is not something we should record, and should leave alone because it is not something to be captured. Zen by definition should be considered, but not seen or intentionally made.