A two-person exhibition by Philip Reeves and Jim Woodall, whose practices explore the ambiguity of utopian thinking in architecture and question the spatial limitations of virtual space. The overall concept of the project is dedicated to New Babylon by Constant Nieuwenhuys, a utopian model discussing how architecture could involve novel spaces for self-realisation and architectural playfulness.
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