At Galerie Neu’s booth, works by Snyder, and even the way they’re hung, explore the notion of the mathematical “Golden Ratio,” which historically was believed to produce the most beautiful shapes and forms. The divine number is rounded up to 1.618033987, after which the exhibition is partially titled. “People believed that everything in nature was in the Golden Ratio, but it was later proved invalid by science,” said the gallery’s Marie-Christine Molitor of show’s concept, which also looks into 21st-century screen ratios. A light-box work, Storage (29.977 Latitude, 31.132 Longitude) (2016; €19,000), depicts the outside of a bonded warehouse in Geneva, its title reproducing the exact global positioning of the storage unit. “He’s interested in data, storing; myths about where all of the paintings and gold in the world is being stored; where does it come from, who does it belong to, nobody knows,” Molitor added.