"I think there are two hypotheses for the condition in which I find this object; one—it grows inside and envelops the space entirely from inside out like metastasizing cancer. Two—it is, or rather there is, altogether a different space behind the wall, a portal if you will. It does not matter exactly which answer is correct, or that they are not wholly sensical, since it is a proposition toward the idea of non-sense. Non-sense, however, is not a simple diametric opposition to sense or logic, instead it is a positive method of constituting an absence (or an absent thing) in reality. This is to say non-sense is what enables the interplay of non-existing thing to exist through art, and therefore opens up the space for the previously non-existing “absence” to exist. (Isn’t it weird to think that absence must be made? But absence—or the zero degree, or the space outside of the consensual reality—must be made and remade just as we need fictive novels.) By the virtue of such a process, the piece virtually reconstitute the 99.9999% of the (un)known universe; that is the absence itself. In short, it is the making of a universe.
(If it has to be interpreted, the real/presence has to do with the architecture, and the absence has to do with the alien substance. And that there are at least two, and not a single hypothesis matters, insofar as they place the piece in the zone of indeterminacy.)" -- Taro Masushio