We live in a world constructed by others, and construct our own. Our view of the world: a construction! Our view of ourselves: a construction!
Other people's view of us: a construction! The others' view of themselves: constructions. Other people's view of their world: a construction!
Or, according to Paul Watzlawik*: One cannot not construct! One's whole life is perpetually "under construction" — one big construction site!
The wienstation exhibition space becomes a construction sight and site. A manifestation consisting of several individual elements
and that can grow ad infinitum in any direction. A construction in the construction — a kind of endless house, "endless because all ends meet,
and meet continuously".** The spatial construct becomes a projection surface for iconographic constructs, i.e. an alternative to the
hegemonic construction of politics, economics and culture.