The PACE gallery in Menlo Park has extended its current exhibition until Dec. 18 due to popular demand, according to Liz Sullivan, president of Pace Palo Alto and Pace Art+Technology in Menlo Park.
The exhibit, "Living Digital Space and Future Parks" designed by Japanese artist collective teamLab, showcases 20 digital large-scale installations.
Since 2014, PACE has been located at 300 El Camino Real in Menlo Park, the former site of a Tesla dealership. In April, the gallery opened a permanent exhibition space in downtown Palo Alto at 299 Hamilton Ave., which is showing the work of James Turrell through Aug. 21, according to pacegallery.com.
The Menlo Park gallery plans to open an exhibit with Random International in February of 2017, Ms. Sullivan said. However, the opening depends on whether the site will still be available for use since Stanford University has proposed to build an office and housing complex there. According to pacegallery.com, Random International is "a collaborative studio for experimental practice within contemporary art," created in 2005 by Hannes Koch and Florian Ortkrass.