Back in a Moment features paintings by Ylva Ceder and Gretchen Scherer which depict a series of empty rooms. Parlors, halls and living rooms are united by the sense of presence which pervades them— as if their inhabitants had just stepped away or were soon due to return. These places inhabit a distorted time in which the nature of space is dependent upon our flawed memory of it. Past is confused with present; imagination with reality; living with dead. Are we alone in the room, or was there someone with us all along?