Epiphaneia: A/V Performance at International Digital Arts Biennial

Quartier Des Spectacles, Facade of UQAM’s Centre de Design, Montreal (QC-CA) | May 17 – June 3, 2012

Epiphaneia is an audio/visual performance project by Can Buyukberber commissioned for the 1st edition of International Digital Arts Biennial (BIAN). It allegorically analyses the sensation of epiphany, the eureka moment that enables the process of innovation and focuses on the manifestation of virtual world in a designated physical space. An epiphany is the sudden comprehension of bigger picture, a new network of neurons firing in sync with each other inside a human brain. It’s a new pattern that has never formed before. In this case Epiphaneia project creates a gate between virtual and physical that defines a new pattern upon cityscape canvas.

Team: Can Buyukberber, Refik Anadol, Sebastian Neitsch, Basar Yurtcu, Kerim Karaoğlu