During the COVID-19 pandemic, new spaces for archives, creative representation, and display created novel ways of accessing, experiencing, and cataloging media art. Leonardo’s Lumen Prize 2020 exhibition offers a third space between virtual exhibition as a site of memory and an archive of knowledge and artistic production—a place of digital assemblage. Bolter and Grusin’s remediation theory sheds light on the many visual strategies employed by the artists and designers of The Lumen Prize 2020 exhibition. The authors discuss pertinent questions of immediacy and hypermediacy coexperience, and accessibility in generating this site of memory.

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