Space should be understood as psychological space experienced within men’s awareness, not the nature that can be recognized as a simply conceptual and physical level of space any longer. This is a kind of a phenomenon that material and nonmaterial interchange, not morphological existence with physical properties, and should be understood as a new relation. Such relations endlessly affect one another and because of it, they come to us as gradually transforming and changing indefinite phenomena. Organic bodies usually mean living creatures and have unstoppable movements. Such continuing movements, or life, is a basic nature of organisms. Space is an organism resembling a man and it appears as endlessly changing psychological space which uses men’s awareness as nutriment.
Prof. Andreas Henrich, Prof. Mischa Kuball, Prof. Dr. Peter Bexte
Eine Produktion der Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln