The contribution to the GOGBOT – ATOMPUNK Festival in Enschede/Netherlands is a design project about our own work. Twentythree refridgerators are lined up along the church, partly stacked on top of each other and filled. The fridges speak of Topotek 1’s work tactics, they speak of sensibilities towards the site, and – like in a garden – they allow a glimpse into enchanting worlds. They are well filled with abstract model worlds which pick up motifs of one or several realized projects and explore them further. The refridgerators contain fans and caleidoscopic viewing machines, sound structures, sight-twisters, and colour-splashers, as well as a small library with publications by Topotek1 The collage of projects is self referential and self associative. It shows details and creates synchronicities. In itself it is an a playful experiment, an open end
design study. The boxes are motivically related to the Garden: closed, manageable realities in which the world is regulated. The micro climate machines, of which some will confront the viewers face with extreme temperatures, involve the visitor in an active and sensual communication. As is the case in the open space, this communication goes well beyond visual language. In that the refridgerators keep their store available almost infinitely, they might also keep some of the promises of the paradisical garden.