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Held in October 2019, Space explored the manifold ways that 

virtual space intersects with lived space. The installations mapped the fluid and responsive terrain of human activity in the

Anthropocene. From melting glaciers to dreamlike buildings, space rendered in architectural maps or in virtual reality, in the exhibition urban space, environmental space, outer space, and domestic space coalesced. 

AI machine hallucination data paintings by media artist Refik Anadol envisioned the collective memory of a future life of Mars to come, while in Ice-Time, Clea White made an ambitious appeal to experience the deep time of ancient ice. Austrian media artist Virgil Widrich swapped the axes of time and space in his tx-mirror, inviting reflection on where and when we conduct ourselves in relation to the dilated temporality of virtual space.  

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