Invading someone else’s personal space is encouraged with "MySpace." We think of personal space as something that belongs entirely to ourselves. But My Space shows that personal space interacts with others and changes without our control.
This interactive installation projects a set of white lines onto the floor, dividing each participant in the gallery from one another. As one, two, then more participants step onto the floor, a single line divides into many, bisecting each person’s space, dynamically changing in geometric shapes as they move around the floor.
With more than two people, the floor divides into cellular regions, each with the quality that all space within it is closer to the person inside than anyone else.
Availability: 4 Months in advance to book
Light Condition: Regular
Leasing Price: $270,000