Joan Soler-Adillon, Uwe Brunner,
Bettina Katja Lange

Our houses are as much anthologies of stories and precious memories, as they are places of rest and comfort. Since these unprecedented weeks of isolation and home quarantine, our domestic spaces have been given high priority; they became indispensable places of safe refuge that we could hardly leave. Either alone or with those with whom we live, we engaged into new spatial relationships. We dedicated ourselves to new routines, needs, and activities, we found new niches and corners to come to rest, to rethink, to speculate and contemplate.
This moment connects us everywhere and since we still can’t get together, we invite you to merge our places of seclusion.

As an immersive experience and interactive archive, The Smallest of Worlds unfolds a shared domestic landscape; an expanding, virtual diorama representing fragments of our everyday life in times of social distance and self-separation. It invites everyone to participate and to share their personal memories and subjective perspectives.

The team of The smallest of Worlds – A Social Landscape of collected Privacy has found together during the IMMENSIVA VR/AI Residence 2020 at ESPRONCEDA – Institute of Art & Culture, an innovative platform for contemporary art, education and cultural distribution in Barcelona.

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Joan Soler-Adillon
Uwe Brunner
Bettina Katja Lange

Mentor Fabien Siouffi