Digital technologies are changing our cultural, social, political, and aesthetic understanding of how we shape, experience, and navigate space. Their rapid dissemination and widespread accessibility has changed not only the conceptualization and design process of designers and architects, but also how they communicate and convey their ideas to a large, international audience. With the exhibition /imagine: A Journey into The New Virtual, the MAK presents an international spectrum of contemporary positions that deal in different ways with architecture and urban planning in virtual space and the associated social, eco- logical, political, and infrastructural effects. Their utopian, critical, futuristic, and playful design strategies form the basis for new narratives, perspectives, and possibilities for action in virtual space that can continue into physical reality.
Bika Rebek, Architect and Principal, Some Place Studio Marlies Wirth, Curator Digital Culture and MAK Design Collection
Some Place Studio
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