For the exhibition “No man's land" in the “Künstlerhaus Wien” our concept was something like a possibility of the smallest moment, related to a place and time of what is possible or not possible.
Point in time
No man's land to us is no place, more it is a condition that differentiates spatially during change and gets a new formation – maybe loud – maybe quiet and for a short time unchanging freedom - No man's land. Spatially seen, it is the moment formation in a moment of simultaneous deformation.
In that way we understand the automobile – as an ambiguous condition of movement and standstill at the same time. The Car stands for transportation of the place, as man transports history. The finished deformation shows the history of an incomprehensible condition between movement and standstill.
The car transports the place, just as a human transports history.
No man's land is something like a dream that holds onto us… but we are constantly on the point of moving.«
Sabine Bitter/Helmut Weber
Karl C. Kaltenbacher
Lucas + Lukas