to grasp is to hold, to gasp is to let go. 

in the folds of the gesture lies the form of the body. 

g(r)asp is the interstice where the two meet, 

only to part, 

as a part of the body, 

as apart from the body. 

folding and turning the movement carries weight, 

it asks to wait, to stay, to refrain, to pause, 

to g(r)asp.