We owe the perception of time as the fourth dimension to Minkowski. The physicist calculates,
counts and notes, publishes and explains, or not, to the public. Afterward, an asteroid is named after
him and he looks at us from above. These statements on various theories and paradoxes, completely
taken out of the context of the history of physics, locked in the garage like a mad scientist, inventor
or the usual car. This exhibition is a leap and a suspension in the air, but maybe it all has some
sense, because who didn't want to be an asteroid?
This gallery is a rented garage turned into an exhibition space ran by the artist.