Since the early eighties the Swiss painter Thomas Huber has been occupied with an extensive cycle of paintings in which perspectives and spaces play a central role. In his paintings Huber is focussed on the elementary components of producing, collecting and exhibiting art. Huber does not give pat solutions for how should be the painting as a result of the painting process. Instead of this he is concerned with the mystery of „coming into being art“ as a successful or a failing outcome. His paintings work like mirrors in which the painting itself and the viewer tie a band and observe each other.