For many years, Christoph Fink has been working on his Atlas of movements / resistance. This extensive work shows the progress in his research on spaces 'in-between' and travelling. Fink calls his journeys by various means (by bicycle, train, aeroplane or on foot) 'movements'. The results make up an inventory based on measurements, data, textual descriptions of the experienced, photographic images and sound recordings.

Recently, the study of movements has been elaborated by using information from a parallel archive (books, cartography, television, history and the internet). Data is added to specific areas of research: the interaction of the fast micro-timeframe of one's own experiences with the broader time and space references of history. This process, the transformation in form and image, researches the dimensions of time, space and the relation between humans and their surroundings.

Movement#79 consists of 3 ceramic modules which Fink developed after his travels back and forth to Istanbul and time spent there. They are a study of time and space: the life of our planet (4.55 billion years), the history of the city of Istanbul (2665 years) and the duration of Fink's exploration of the city (945927 seconds, or 262 hours, 45 minutes and 27 seconds) as 3 different but connected time dimensions. Next to this, a new study is prepared, linking the one of Istanbul and the specific location of STUK's exhibition space. It is a meditation on the contextual mental space, the image beyond the horizon.