Tea is where it all began. It began with the outlining of a humble tea splatter. Be it on the table, the floor or wall the stain acted as an abstract signifier of conversations. Natasha contextualised her practise with an in depth study of the history of tea and made some research into various Eastern rituals. She now considers the social influences of contemporary Western cultures. She asks whether taking or talking over tea can be considered a context of relational aesthetics, or a social interstice?