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Olafur Eliasson – Life is Space 4 (with Peter Saville), 2012 (Publication), image 1
Olafur Eliasson – Life is Space 4 (with Peter Saville), 2012 (Publication), image 2
Olafur Eliasson – Life is Space 4 (with Peter Saville), 2012 (Publication), image 3
Olafur Eliasson – Life is Space 4 (with Peter Saville), 2012 (Publication), image 4

Life is Space 4 was a one day seminar held at Studio Olafur Eliasson where invited artists, scientists, scholars, dancers, theorists, spatial practitioners and movement experts gathered to share, discuss, present, and experiment with ideas loosely based around the theme of Life and Space.

As a record of the event, a thousand books were produced on a digital press. Drawing randomly from a database of a thousand images, each copy provides a unique selection of moments from the days presentations. The variable composition of the pages was enabled by a randomising programme scripted for the project by mathematician Nicholas Firth.

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