MIX-m is a mixed space architecture and exhibition place created by fabric | ch, in collaboration with Simon Lamunière (curator). It was exhibited at Centre d'art contemporain, Genève in 2005. Commissioned artists were Joëlle Flumet, Yves Mettler, Scanner, Nedko Solakov and Heimo Zobernig. A prototype was exhibited at MAMCO in 2003, during the Version Biennial.
The name "MIX-m" stands for MIXed-museum. It was conceived as a contemporary art museum that would exist both in physical and digital spaces, in localized and networked environments.
At Centre d'art contemporain, Genève, MIX-m played with the dimensions of its architecture: a mix between a real museum space (here, the Bâtiment d'Art Contemporain in Geneva) (1:1), a digital space (1:x) and a model of this game-like environment (1:50).
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