Lights of Anatolia

Sunday, March 6 2022 at 6:30 PM

Show at 7:00 PM

This show consists of robot carved body sculptures and light installations, 3D printing, and advanced technologies used in art production such as videos, augmented reality, virtual reality and live music.

$20

SKU: 2022-03-06-18-30 Category:

Description

“Our past experiences and personal memories are like an extensive home in which we form our identity.

Being at home means being in one’s soul. Our home is Anatolia, which has hosted ancient civilizations throughout history and now serves as a bridge between East and West. It is like an open-air museum. In this show, we are influenced by numerous intertwined places, stories, images, symbols, mandalas and many artifacts from Göbekli Tepe to the Ephesus and regenerated by artificial intelligence.

Today, we live in another home provided by technology to understand our past better. In this way, we feed off of the past to invent our next generation. We transformed the projection and symbols, which were assumed to be in Anatolia for millions of years, into multi-dimensional designs through artificial intelligence.

This show consists of robot carved body sculptures and light installations, 3D printing, and advanced technologies used in art production such as videos, augmented reality, virtual reality and live music.”

Feride De Myr, Ph.D.

Aslihan

is a professional singer, composer, choir director, Kemenche player, music educator, and scholar. She performed a solo in the album called “Ninni” in 2003 and in the album called “Neveser” in 2012

 

Feride Demyr is the creator of the Light of Anatolia show. She is an academic conceptual artist whose research focuses on interfacing material processes and technologies in various digital media art practices. Presently she teaches art history, sculpture, robot programming, and digital media courses at three different universities in the US.

 

#Ouchhh is a global creative new media studio and cutting-edge innovator in the creative field who has shown outstanding results in the art science technology scene for ten years. The Studio is a pioneer of data paintings & sculptures, a mind-driven approach, discovering new technological models to reflect a variety of context and experience that “the roots of art, science, and technology are mysterious”, shaping their futuristic perspective.

 

Visual artist and author Camomile Hixon chases the glitter installations and unicorns of infinite possibility to build new worlds. Her recent work focuses on reaching for shifts in awareness through space travel experiences to transform life on Earth.