From 30 April to 26 June 2010 the Office for Contemporary Art Norway presented 'Postulates of Contiguity,' the first European solo exhibition by the Bangalore based artist Sheela Gowda. The project took the form of a dialogue between two works -And… (2007), a languorous serpentine rope produced from individual threads and needles that coils throughout the exhibition space to intercede the spectator's path and field of vision, and Best Cutting (2008), a display that combines a constructed newspaper, The Chronic Chronicle, overlaid by tailoring patterns. Both works asymptotically share the support of a material line to formulate a postulate on space that undermines continuity and coherence to instead, privilege notions of contingency making unstable logical connectives and inferred certainties.