There is no place is an ongoing study of imagined spaces though the superimposition of computer generated elevation data of multiple physical locations. Using various technologies (such as 3D-rendering software and Google Earth) to create these images, this project is interested in visually considering the notion of the "third space", an experience often referred to by historically marginalized people. Through multiple mediations, this project problematizes the virtual experience of place through its flawed representations while using this glitch as an opportunity to re-consider notions of place. Opening up a productive conversation around physical and virtual places, this work offers the viewer multiple realities that collide into single frames of video that are never consistent, yet draw from the same data sets.