To avoid finality deals with the scope of imagination and personal expression, by being an attempt to abandon the intuitional geometric sight in the everyday environment.

Where the barriers of geometrical space appear, ‘the habits of reduction’ do equally. Our imagination can widen the perception of space: the apparent oppositions here&there, outside&inside, open&closed start to interact with each other.

Our idea is to raise the question about the legitimacy of a fixed perspectival space, to open the restricted view on matter. Which is to us a method for „[the] meditating being might be free to think.” (Bachelard, The Poetics of Space, 1958). By recovering the ability of imaginativeness, we might inhabit the spaces we live in, for and through, in a more sensitive way. 




By: B. Meurer (texts); S. Nick (texts, photographs)