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 enables it to stand in any place, thus opening access to a non-existent space in any location.
The focus is on the moment of access or accessibility. Potentials are only used when their accessibility has been clarified. In most 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