thumb2: an exhibition concerning virtual scale and drawing
3 nov 20234 nov 2023

arbitrary room, thumb2

Betalt indhold


mpaacc (multipresent anti-aggressive communal computer) and Ladder Space presents thumb2: an exhibition concerning virtual scale and drawing. In this sequel, we dwell by the broad notions of drawing and scale, and experiment further with the space with a new game engine, with sound and image contributed by the artists Penghang Liu, Halfdan Kajhøj, Mie Mo, Anastasia Karkazis, Haoxuan Zhang, Finlay Taylor, Tzuhan Lin, Shafina Jaffer, Emmarosa Mathilda Liebgen, Art Sokoloff, Eva Brá Barkardóttir, and Anders Aarvik.

The loss and alteration of space, scale, time, and ego that occurs in the transgression from physical to virtual scale is the premise of thumb2 and is deliberately used to alter materiality of the submitted works in a wider virtual total installation. As a rule of thumb, and a part of our care aspect coming from the prequel held during the isolation period of the pandemic, the contributors have submitted work with a self-to-decide effort based on their needs and inquiry of their practice. This means that the maximum size of images submitted is a maximum of 20.5mm (the average of a human thumb) in width/height, and submitted sound a maximum of 1´ duration.

The exhibition will be published at, 3 November 2023 at 17:00 for Linux, macOS, and Windows, with keyboard controls (wasd) known from first-person computer games, and compatibility with virtual reality equipment for an immersive experience.

Release event and exhibition in Ladder Space (Halmtorvet 11D), Copenhagen on 3 November 17:00 – 21:00, with additional opening hours 4 November 12:00 – 16:00.

Dette indhold er produceret i samarbejde med et udstillingssted som en del af udstillingstedets Artguide-abonnement hos
Kunsten.nus uafhængige redaktion har intet at gøre med indholdet.

Ladder Space

Ladder Space
Halmtorvet 11D
1700 København V


+45 25 38 03 31

thumb2: an exhibition concerning virtual scale and drawing
3 nov 20234 nov 2023


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