Let these citations stand for the two “poles” circumscribing current conceptions of wearable and ubiquitous computing. On one extreme, we encounter a sober, technical, yet nonetheless exciting prospect for a hitherto unimaginable fluidity between human body and computer: an extension of the body that takes advantage of the rich panoply of bodily signals and internal regulatory processes. On the other extreme, we brush against a visionary, perhaps truly alien, projection of a complete fluidity between body and space: a mutual embedding of both in the primary “medium” of sensation. What I am calling “wearable space” results from the superposition of these two poles: space becomes wearable when embodied affectivity becomes the operator of spacing.