The dialogue partner for Arne Maasik’s new photo series is this time the exhibition space itself – space as an object of artistic interest – in one case large and empty, and in the other tiny and full. A satellite with a satellite – 600m2 vs 6m2 – connected to each other and to the main programme through the moral belonging of a space. Disintegrating factory buildings and houses under heritage protection serve as spaces for potential businesses or prospective apartments, on site or on paper. Often legally and categorically situated on no-man’s-land, these are symbols of the industrial revolution and our architectural heritage that are now just surviving in a contemporary building boom. This kind of noisy background makes the series titled Architectonics like a time lapse moment of ‘white architecture’ where perfectly composed space and abstract void mark the building’s value.