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923 EMPTY ROOMS

923 Empty Rooms is an artwork about simulation and the history of visual representation and abstraction. Each room is a space to explore.

Each of the 923 unique rooms contains a simulated still life, an arrangement of forms. There are six primary forms, each linked to a city: Sun (Tokyo), Shard (Berlin), Cargo (London), Hive (New York), Pyramid (CDMX), and Moon (Los Angeles). A series of rooms will be minted over the course of a simultaneous, six-day exhibition at galleries in each city.

There are 923 rooms in total to iterate through every possible combination of the six shapes:

1 form = 6 unique combinations 2 forms = 21 unique combinations 3 forms = 56 unique combinations 4 forms = 126 unique combinations 5 forms = 252 unique combinations 6 forms = 462 unique combinations

923 Empty Rooms is an evolution of An Empty Room, commissioned by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) for the Coded: Art Enters the Computer Age, 1952–1982 exhibition. An Empty Room was installed at LACMA from 9 April to 2 July 2023.

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