The exhibition Representation as Reality takes the abstract mathematical space as its starting point in order to approach the reality of the exhibition space. In mathematics, space is a quantity described by a certain structure. However, there is no definition for „space“ that is valid in all fields of mathematics. The term has different meanings in different mathematical sub-categories, each standing for single aspects of our perception of space. The space experienced on a daily basis is the so-called 3-dimensional Euclidean space. In this exhibition, Mario Asef investigates the relationship of the mathematically imagined space and the real experienced space.

A ≠ A’ ≠ a ≠ a’ (text - Spanish)