The concept of “Space” is, of course, multivalent. It relates to “outer space,” the cosmos, as well as inner space, such as the space of the mind or the space made vacant by decaying cells. It also covers the perceived space/distance between objects, as well as the space in time between one event, or process, and another. Space is also a cultural concept. There is also the space of social interaction, as well as the mapping of space in all these spatial and time related concepts. In the related Art and Space Project (from the Art and Science series) “Space” opened up a whole range of possible ways in which art and science could and would interconnect and interact also.