Time-based and Interactive Media Arts
by Thomas Guggenberger (AT)
Strange Faces is an interactive mirror installation that follows the faces of its users, playing with their images and their perception. If we step alone in front of Guggenberger's interactive mirror cabinet, we only see our own face. As soon as several people enter the room, however, another face always appears as a reflection. What happens when one always sees another person in one's own mirror? The images of the others appear for a disturbing moment as one's own reflection. And later? Can you contact other mirror images with "Strange Faces"? Shamelessly immerse yourself in other people's eyes - observe them unnoticed, let yourself be ensnared and enchanted by other people's moments?