Each week, host Gabriel Barcia-Colombo speaks with a new artist, curator, technologist, AI, collector, innovator, about the ever-changing relationship between art and tech.
Today we speak with Can Büyükberber about his immersive installations inspired by philosophy, physics, and dreamscapes. Can's multidisciplinary approach experiments with virtual and augmented reality, projection mapping, geodesic domes, large-scale displays and digital fabrication.
-About Can Büyükberber-
Can Buyukberber is a visual artist working on immersive audiovisual experiences blurring boundaries between physical and digital spaces. His practice consists of experiments with virtual/augmented reality, projection mapping, geodesic domes, large-scale displays and digital fabrication. Driven by an interdisciplinary thinking which extends to art, design and science, his work focuses on human perception, exploring new methods for non-linear narratives and emergent forms. Received his Master’s Degree in Art & Technology from San Francisco Art Institute as a Fulbright Scholar and been selected to Autodesk’s Pier 9 and Adobe's AR Artist Residencies; exhibited at museums, galleries and media art festivals around the world, including ZKM, Karlsruhe; Ars Electronica, Linz; SAT, Montreal; Sonar D+, Barcelona; California Academy of Sciences and Exploratorium, San Francisco; Signal Festival, Prague; Akbank Sanat, Istanbul; Art Futura, Rome; MUTEK.JP, Tokyo; ZeroSpace, New York City; collaborations with musical artists such as Grammy-Award winning rock band Tool, Shigeto and Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Learn more at https://canbuyukberber.com/
Follow Can at @cbuyukberber