An attic ladder opens access to a room that doesn’t exist. The absence of the attic relativizes the idea of space as a physical existence. The self-sustaining sculpture is autonomous. Its independence let it stand in any place, thus opening access to a non-existent space in every location.
The focus is on the moment of access or accessibility. Potentials are only used when their accessibility has been clarified. In a lot contexts there is no transparent information as to who, when and where, which space is used and who is excluded, when and where.
acknowledgement: Stefan Thürck, Gunnar Triebel