Technique: geometer points, architectural map
The artwork follows a simple protocol: a geometer measures with highest accuracy the space and marks his triangulation points on the floor. His resulting drawing is superposed to the original plan of the architect. On this basis is drawn a map pointing out the gap between both, the added or missing millimetres and the difference in angles. By unfolding the map the visitor is invited to explore all limits of the space. By doing his attention is drawn to this little tiny space, the interstice, which exists between the plan; what has been imagined, and its realisation; what has been done.