from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A space transcending ordinary physical space, such as cyberspace.
- n. The conceptual space occupied by metaobjects.
The MetaMap takes the form of a subway map, using the metaphor of helping users navigate in "metaspace", the environment of metadata.
Keith Walsh: Stealth Space | Walsh, whose exhibition includes a life-size metaspace vehicle, sculptures, collages, and drawings created from the fragments collected during his interspatial wanderings, best describes the exhibition in the following way: The Stealth Space exhibition engages the dialectic between the near and far, and what is mediated versus seen and experienced through the body.
Also what do you think of metaspace and their ability to embed worlds in websites?
Then I wonder, what rigor or real understanding underlies the notion of the metaspace or whatever that holds the various universes.
In "Harmony in Red (La desserte)" (1908), for instance, we see the beginning of what the art historian Jack Flam called Matisse's "metaspace."
greglas: meatspace = metaspace but the links themselves seem to be functioning OK..
I can’t resist suggesting an alternative phraesology “in meatspace or in metaspace”.