Sound architecture in an urban environment: Where it's simple is the most desirable place to be. Society and Utopia, place and space. Utopia recalls the self-censorship of what we don't dare to realize: It's inscription is the paradox itself, discrete 'states', multiples, maybe.  An initial setting for work as a process of joint forces. Yet without a rule of the game. Dynamics with no memory, a 'now' and 'then' which are, like through an invisible interference, evoking parallel states. The piece's theme is the disintegration of given space. 'Space' is meaningless. We have relationships, but not space. 

Marcus Schmickler: Composition
Carsten Goertz: Light Projection

Curated by Ido Govrin
Bat Yam Museum Israel, 2009