What may happen when you go looking for a space someplace where you wouldn’t really expect to find one? Can a collective memory be perceptible as a spatial entity? Will people who are thinking creatively together interconnect in a space that did not previously exist? What kind of space does the human body create when moving about in a physical environment and reacting to it.
This book is a testimony to a search for three kinds of ‘spaces’, resulting in a tentative materialisation of a number of analogous spaces. These analogue spaces get us to look at space in a different, singular way.