We seek to foster meaningful, deliberate dialogue that is free and open to the public.
Late Space serves as a mediator between analysis and action.

It consists of three physical parts: a gallery where art displayed on a monthly rotating basis, an experimental design library, and a community table.

We host artist talks, readings, community dinners, art installations, workshops, film showings, and monthly salons.

Sometimes, after a long debate, someone stands up and pronounces that ‘something must be done, rather than sitting around and talking about it.’ This suggests that conversation is not an action. It also suggests that ‘actions’ are preferrable to analysis and consideration. Late Space seeks to erode this dichotomy by positing that conversation itself is a powerful action, and one that is often underutilized and undervalued.