Im no gamer, in fact I try to avoid engaging with the world through a screen as much as possible. Hows that going for me? Not so well lately. So I may be an especially grumpy explorer of Jurassic Warp, KT Duffy and María Luisa Sanín Peñas series of interconnected virtual reality rooms. Originally meant for exhibition at Ground Level Platform, an artist-run space in Chicagos Pilsen neighborhood, Duffy moved the project online when the gallery closed due to pandemic and immigration troubles. Navigation of Jurassic Warp can be tricky for a person not great with hand-eye coordination (me again!), and the worlds on offer easily slip from trippy to nightmarish and back again. Guest appearances by the No-Internet T-Rex, floating windows, and a random CAD drawing are enough to make a person wonder if shes accidentally wandered into a digital no-mans land. Indeed, one of the worlds is constituted by images of a real no mans land: a doctors waiting room, multiplied and layered on itself dozens of times. Hard to say if those are better or worse places to kill time than any other these days. At least theres no chance of contagion.