Many of us will be working in small physical spaces for some time. Although this brings all sorts of problems, I suspect that any work you can make during this time may become incredibly precious and significant to you in future years. It doesn’t all have to be digital (although of course we are fortunate in a way that this is happening in 2020, not 1970, 1980, 1990 or even 2000, when online resources were much more limited).
Gary Perkins made miniature, dysfunctional rooms in the 1990s, which were viewed by his audience through CCTV systems, (where they appeared to be real interiors)
James Casebere does a similar thing with his photographs of small models, but they have a more esoteric, calmer feel
The god-parent of them all is perhaps Marcel Duchamp, who miniaturised all his past work in a ‘boite-en-valise’ edition so collectors could buy his entire oeuvre
Also worth mentioning is Joseph Cornell, an American artist (associated with Surrealism) who captured the associations (for the American diaspora) of romance, history and folk-magic of Europe in Boxes and collages
Donald Rodney made a house out of his own skin (maybe caution should be recommended)