The idea this title hopes to explore is the concept of being surrounded by various ‘indications’ of potential change, transformative moments that are the on the verge or at a threshold. This can be understood as a physical or metaphysical cross road, some moment that is encountered while moving through an extended process or whether it catalyses a journey as a whole.Our goal is to describe each participating artists experience in their work and how the idea of ‘threshold’ manifests in their work. The artists could view this theme as subliminal, whether relating to a person experience, cultural aspect, or political moment, the artists are required to theoretically unpack the term through their creative process in making work.The theme relates back to the liminal whereby liminality (from the Latin word līmen, meaning “a threshold”) is the quality of ambiguity or disorien-tation that occurs in the middle stage of rituals. It speaks to the process of moving from one state of being to another, much like the act of making and also viewing artwork. The idea of rituals speaks of possibility and change and the fragility of decisions.The idea of exhibiting in a gallery space reflects the idea of the threshold, as there are multiple possibilities and multiples directions for the artists and the viewer and the spaces in which they meet, metaphorically or physically. The liminality of the gallery space can be reflected in the unpacking of the process and ritual of creating work and in the moments that surround us constantly – chosen by some to be ignored and others to create masterpieces out of!