Description: "When bricks become pixels, the tectonics of architecture becomes informational." - Marcos Novak What happens to our logical understanding of a spatial condition when of traditional viewing of it is completely altered through the use of digital media? This installation attempts to challenge the conventions of space, playing on the relationship of 'watching' and 'being watched' and the sense of continuity, orientation and predictability. The known boundaries and expected nature of architecture is challenged with this multi-layered logic and new spatial perceptions. In this installation, we crate a looped environment where the first space is represented in the second space, which is in turn represented in the third space and so on until the last space is represented in the first to close the loop. This spatial situation creates a condition in which all the spaces will be visually present in each space through this loop. By doing this, we attempt to apply an endless mirror effect to spaces that don't usually have a visual continuity . The visual representation of the space is a space becomes the visual identity of that specific location. It defines its depth, its perspective and our sense of our position within it. The viewer's ability to look into a space that they have not yet entered, becomes a part of that particular space situated in different hierarchies of depth along the viewing field. We appropriate this gaze onto the extension of the space and the people in it, including the viewer himself to become the focus of the exhibition. The rooms (or corridors) of the installation extend themselves with continuity that contradicts the actual spatial complexity of the gallery Digital and visual continuity is created and the idea of a starting point and end point is ambiguous. As the viewer progresses from one space to the next, the recollection of a space precedes the physical encounter with it. Thus, the viewer's actual experience of a space becomes secondary to seeing it as you move through the installation. This interface proposes the opposite of stability and familiarity. It is a system of dialogue, passage and exchange. The portal extends beyond the properties of the flat wall to become a threshold to other spaces.