In this series, Marcel van Eeden took a Science-Fiction Pulp magazine from the Fifties as a sample. Using the title to name the series, he also took parts from the text for his written extracts on the drawings, which illustrate old photographs that are randomly combined. The pictures are all held in a diffuse greyish colour, expressing an reminiscent mood and evoking a feeling of uncertainty and tension.
Van Eeden says that „the ‘fourth dimension’ could be your ‘anti-life’, the time before you were there, or not exist at all. It is also a kind of fourth dimension.”