Reciprocal Space

Ruairi Glynn has built Reciprocal Space, a physical space that responds to the actions of its inhabitants. The two “Hypersurface” latex walls running in parallel come to life once inhabited, forcing the people to respond and reassess their preconceived ideas of architectural space being fixed.


32 pistons, controlled by a software modify the walls movement according to the visitors’ positions. The work will be shown at Submerge, 29th June – 1st July, Bristol UK.