Inside a progressive media company in Pasadena, there are rooms dedicated to the presentation of contemporary art, often with a pronouncedly urban, post-digital flair.

This is sp[a]ce gallery, where a sprawling group show called ROBOT REMIX curated by Mark Todd and Dov Kelemer takes a look at the robot-centric mediums of limited edition art toys, XR and interactive experiences across the work of some 40 artists.

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Virtual Virtual Reality (Courtesy of sp[a]ce gallery)

The exhibition has been on view since Star Wars Day (May the Fourth), but starting this weekend, mixed-reality creative experts Paisley Smith and Milo Talwani curate ROBOT REMIX: Immersive XR Series, a ticketed program of award-winning AR/VR/XR experiences normally not readily available to the general public, including the brain-bending gem, “Virtual Virtual Reality.”

sp[a]ce gallery at Ayzenberg, 39 E. Walnut St., Pasadena; Sat.-Sun., noon- 6 p.m., through Sept. 8; free, XR series (one-hour slots) $25. (626) 584-4070;

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Virtual Virtual Reality (Courtesy of sp[a]ce gallery)

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Virtual Virtual Reality (Courtesy of sp[a]ce gallery)

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