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If the top of a sphere becomes sufficiently small, it is no longer defined as part of a sphere, but as a point. In Eva Kochs work these points can appear as markers in a field of images taken from the uninterrupted outpourings of TV, as in the untitled work exhibited at Brandts Klædefabrik in 1993. The points are punctuation marks, full stops in the swiftly flowing current of visual statements, an invitation to pause at the threshold to the next sentence. Roland Barthes sees the full stop as a spearhead through which art impacts on us as an active force.