Los Angeles-based, turkish artist Refik Anadol presents a synesthetic reality experiment, which makes use of machine learning algorithms on a dataset of more than three million images. Each moment represents a wide-ranging selection of architectural styles and movements and reveals the hidden connections between these moments in history.
As the machine generates a data universe of architectural hallucinations in 512 dimensions, it begins to explore the ways in which knowledge can be experienced spatially.

The installation challenges the conventional definition of 'space' as the boundless, three-dimensional extent in which objects possess a position relative to each other. The work explores the space within the mind of a machine — limitless in its dimensions and in the information it holds.
From the raw brick walls to the refurbished terracotta ceiling, the century-old chelsea market boiler room will maintain much of its striking architectural features, connecting its storied past to a new creative use.

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