Our entire lives are embedded in space; we are constantly surrounded by it, affected and shaped by it.
Space serves as a storage media and is testimonial of the cultural fabric in which we live.
Space is a prominent aspect of humanity’s existential nature - a basic requirement for our exploration of the world.
Space is changing with a visceral sense of land shifting under our feet. Current systems amplify this fragility.
We need to create ecosystems where participants are given time to develop in and with the surrounding environment.
Only then can we adapt to its change.