‘Imaginary Spaces – Spaces of Communication’ examines how human-space relationships can be reinterpreted in the age of advancing digitization in order to produce future hybrid forms of spatial communication design.
As part of the design and exhibition project, which is being developed and produced in collaboration with designtransfer, the exhibition will explore these questions using experimental spatial and artistic means – imaginative spatial constructions, physical objects and communication apparatus, furniture objects, spatial installations, transmedia environments, situations, or new multisensory work-viewer relationships that blur the boundaries between the real and the unreal, the virtual and the physical. The result is a series of multidimensionally extended perspectives on forms of spatial communication that enable an expansion of the sensory dimension of experience.
A project of the Class of Spatial Design and Exhibition Design in collaboration with designtransfer/Vorspiel transmediale.
Opening with Talk:
Tuesday, 29 January 2019, 19:00
Talk by Banz & Bowinkel – ‘The Virtual Void as Artistic Space’