Cerebra Electronica by Onur Sönmez
'Cerebra Electronica' aims to create a unique connection between the festival visitors and the Ars Electronica - Museum of the Future. This time, tiny electrical impulses generated by neurons will be amplified to interface the human brain to 5200 square meter interactive facade of the AEC. 'Cerebra Electronica' affords each participant an immersive experience by taking a sneak peek inside their brain through a building that is itself infused with the city’s environmental, cultural and social perspectives. Furthermore, the audiences are spectators of an expression that is otherwise inherently private and personal.
Onur Sönmez is a designer, who has a wide range of interest in interaction design research, especially human/machine & machine/machine interaction. He exhibited and attended workshops in many places such as Venice Biennale, Ars Electronica, Amsterdam, Medialab Madrid, Istanbul, Hyperwerk Basel, Iamas Japan and currently trying to obtain his Masters degree of Interface Cultures at the Kunsuniversitat Linz.