One of the distinguishing features of postmetaphysical thinking is an attention to the spatial aspect of human being which obtained the status of «spatial turn» in the past decade. Now a matter of considerable interest is not just the question What is space? but triadic relation – «society-action-space». This shifting – from space as a research object (space as such) to the social signi"cance of spatial dimension – is first of all bound up with performativistic concepts that consider space as a pragmatic and dynamic scheme materializing in the everyday «repertoire» of human actions. !e paper is dedicated to the analysis of connection between social dynamic and transformations of space interpretations as well as to the explication of heuristic potential of performativistic concepts of space for the contemporary social philosophy.