Anyone who has visited an exhibition space between shows will know that it resembles a construction site, seething with activity as traces of the previous exhibition are removed to make way for a new setup. Such spaces are constantly being reorganized to accommodate a variety of artistic practices, curatorial aims, and architectural givens. Rearrangement takes place in accordance with a kind of division of labor and grants the existing space a different significance each time. The original space may even disappear from view completely. The group show Modification addresses the exhibition space as such and the conditions governing the display of art. If the show is site-specific, then less in the sense of concrete relationships between the works and their topographical situation than with regard to their engagement with the current function of the former St. Gallen warehouse as a place for exhibiting and promoting appreciation of contemporary art. Artists in the group show will assess the exhibition areas by expanding or negating their spatial potential.