Christine Rusche does not build spaces, but transforms existing ones through graphic means. Black lines, planes and perspectives collide with the white walls of the gallery. The two spaces compete: the physical three-dimensional space of the gallery with the two-dimensional space of the drawing overlayed onto its surface. The resulting effect is disorientating as much as dislocating. The space appears to be dynamic, initiating movement in the viewer. It wants to be experienced while walking through it, making the viewer continually shift position. Space appears as a relative state that is essentially depended on our experience. Christine Rusche is a German artist.