Mereotopology is an extension of mereology with some relations of topological nature like contact. An algebraic counterpart of mereotopology is the notion of contact algebra which is a Boolean algebra whose elements are considered to denote spatial regions, extended with a binary relation of contact between regions. Although the language of contact algebra is quite expressive to define many useful mereological relations and mereotopological relations, there are, however, some interesting mereotopological relations which are not definable in it. Such are, for instance, the relation of n-ary contact, internal connectedness and some others. To overcome this disadvantage, we introduce a generalisation of contact algebra, replacing the contact with a binary relation between finite sets of regions and a region, satisfying some formal properties of Tarski consequence relation. The obtained system is called sequent algebra, considered as an algebraic counterpart of a new mereotopology. We develop the topological representation theory for sequent algebras showing in this way certain correspondence between point-free and point-based models of space. As a by-product, we show how one logical relation in nature notion, Tarski consequence relation, may have also certain spatial meaning.