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Faces[On]Display
Interactive AR Installation
Can Buyukberber
2018

Faces[On]Display is an ongoing augmented reality experiment from Büyükberber's Immersive Artist Research Residency at Adobe. As an interactive projection installation that uses face-tracking and facial gesture recognition, it aims to explore the notion of self-representation in contemporary digital culture.

Faces[On]Display Exhibit video credit:
Amanda Gregory, Opera Singer & Performance Artist
From “Redefining Impossibilities: Immersive Art Gallery” Exhibition at Adobe Research, San Francisco, CA

Faces[On]Display
Interactive AR Installation
Can Buyukberber
2018

Faces[On]Display is an ongoing augmented reality experiment from Büyükberber's Immersive Artist Research Residency at Adobe. As an interactive projection installation that uses face-tracking and facial gesture recognition, it aims to explore the notion of self-representation in contemporary digital culture.

Faces[On]Display Exhibit video credit:
Amanda Gregory, Opera Singer & Performance Artist
From “Redefining Impossibilities: Immersive Art Gallery” Exhibition at Adobe Research, San Francisco, CA

Faces[On]Display
Interactive AR Installation
Can Buyukberber
2018

Faces[On]Display is an ongoing augmented reality experiment from Büyükberber's Immersive Artist Research Residency at Adobe. As an interactive projection installation that uses face-tracking and facial gesture recognition, it aims to explore the notion of self-representation in contemporary digital culture.

Faces[On]Display Exhibit video credit:
Amanda Gregory, Opera Singer & Performance Artist
From “Redefining Impossibilities: Immersive Art Gallery” Exhibition at Adobe Research, San Francisco, CA

Can Buyukberber

Turkish visual artist & director Can Büyükberber (b. 1987) creates immersive audiovisual experiences embodied in physical and digital spaces. His practice consists of experiments with various media such as virtual/augmented reality, projection mapping, geodesic domes, large-scale displays and digital fabrication. Driven by an interdisciplinary thinking and curiosity that extends to art, design and science, Büyükberber’s work focuses on human perception, exploring new methods for non-linear narratives, geometrical order, synergetics and emergent forms. Aiming to build captivating and abstract universes, he turns the conceptual into the experiential, blurring the sense of scale and presence in physical and digital environments.