Contemporary art is characterized by great fluidity. Disciplines including architecture, film and the visual arts are slowly merging. What is left is mere space. In space, ten artists and one artists’ collaboration present different views of the concept space, here defined as the place where art is produced and exhibited, as well as the artist’s mental and cultural surroundings.

Some of the exhibited artists explore the small intimate space of individual manoeuvring. Others examine the social space of the built environment. A third group deals with the great atmospheric space of cosmic reality. Each of the artists contribute to the most important space, the intermediary space, in which works of art are linked, associated, enriched and juxtaposed thereby suggesting the outline of contemporary art’s changing practices.

Next to existing works and works in progress, space will contain many new and special contributions by the artists.