In Time and Space and Hypnotic Energy are both made by a renowned Kazakhstani architect and artist Saken Narynov. Narynov defines his style as'impossibilism' deriving from the impossibility of certain forms existing in space.
The artist is highly interested in quantum physics, gravity waves, and elementary particles that exist on the verge of euclidean and non-euclidean geometries. For more than four decades, Narynov has been searching for the potential form of the universe. He has had numerous exchanges with Albert Einstein's student Martin Gardner who has agreed that the universe"is most likely shaped in the form of the artwork In Time and Space."
It means that the space we perceive in daily reality has nothing to do with the tapestry of the world. Among the main scientific challenges of the 21st century is finding out the composition of space and the reasons behind its external surface becoming internal as in the example of Klein's Bottle.