Light panels and some electric outlets were taken from the exhibition space and built into a newly constructed space – a small copy of the original gallery. That offspring of the gallery space was fitted into a tight niche facing the wall with its open side, therefore was not accessable.
“There is no such thing as either man or nature now, only a process that produces the one within the other and couples the machines together.” (Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari: Anti-Oedipus, London, 2004)
Complexes, buildings, rooms, containers and casings are joined in and to each other like a Matryoshka, a set of Russian dolls. Hierarchic supply systems link mycellic structures. Rooms form intersections, multipliers with serial or parallel switching. The supplying, interdependent relations are regulated. Everything that is not natural is artificial. Art space. The room is itself, with no utility value. Grown spontaneously as the offshoot of a mother organism, of a super-architecture; parts of the bigger architecture are found in the younger – as a starting point, as implanted cells which go on to form entire organs, incorporated and linked into a providing environment.