A Sculpture (also known as the Tardis)
The space is dominated by a sculpture that was originally conceived as a kind of exhibition architecture to create planes and surfaces to project and hang works. It was intended to be “detached from its environment where different ideas could intersect in an attempt to create its own time-space dimension” (Domenik Gebhardt). The sculpture is completely present in the room but also hints at movement to outside of the space. It is both a surface of projection and a work in its own right. Helping thoughts and ideas to dematerialize at one point and rematerialize at another, it is a spacecraft and time-machine, a Tardis: Time And Relative Dimension In Space.