The Present Tense of Virtual Space

School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong
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Art Machines: International Symposium on Computational Media Art, 2018, pp. 58 - 59 (2)
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This paper develops an argument that our understanding of virtual space exists as an extension of physical space, rather than an adjunct to it. Using Robert Morris’s seminal text, “The Present Text of Space” as a starting point, it explores the role of memory and imagination in our understanding of, and in relation to, virtual environments as phenomenologically real spaces.
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