Jip de Beeryoungblood expo
With Web Spaces Jip de Beer presents the structure that normally remains hidden beneath the surface of web pages. What you see in a web browser is constructed by stacking rectangular elements on top of each other with a variety in size, color and function. Take the Google search bar for example, a plain white surface, which actually has a complex support structure underneath. When explored in the interactive dual screen installation, Web Spaces – Architectural Explorations, the 2D web page transforms into a three-dimensional skyscraper, a city, or even an alien space station.