A giant interactive installation
Come have your say!
The Museum of Faces is a giant interactive installation based on the Lumiphonic Creature Choir where you can listen to the voices of your community, record your own story... and become one of the faces in the Museum!
Ready for staging in 2019!
MUSEUM OF FACES - OVERVIEW
107 Projects, Redfern sydney, 2018
107 Redfern Street, Redfern, Sydney
Oct 3 - Oct 14, 2018
Wed- Sat, 12pm - 8pm
Sundays, 12pm - 5pm
Wednesdays: Being Human
Thursdays: The Community
Saturdays: The Environment
Put forward your own question!
Each day at the Redfern show we will be selecting certain questions for people attending the Museum of Faces to answer.
Images from The Museum of Faces, 107 Redfern Sydney, October 2018
Approach the invention and press a glowing button to make the faces come alive and speak. Then step into a special Video Booth and watch as your own face, voice, and story become part of the ever-changing Museum!
Designed as a cutting-edge new way of recording and sharing people’s views, The Museum of Faces is an astonishing communal catalogue of the city... a surreal people's forum.
Image by Nicola Bailey
Listen to the stories
Become part of the Museum of Faces!
EARLY TEST OF THE CONCEPT
Popular Science (US) - Overview of The Creatures at World Maker Faire New York
Image by Nicola Bailey
"Designed to record and tell the stories of the local community and beyond, this futuristic invention by Synarcade Audio-Visuals will be an astonishing communal forum of the city at a unique moment of growth and change.
Visitors are invited to approach the work and press a glowing button to make the faces come alive and speak. Then, they can step into a special Video Capture Booth and contribute their own face, voice, and story to become part of the ever-changing Museum.
“Participants can expect a playful and truly wondrous new way to have their say and share their views on the questions that matter to them,” says Mark Bolotin, founder of Synarcade Audio-Visuals and creator of The Museum of Faces.
The Museum of Faces is based on Synarcade Audio-Visuals’ award-winning invention, The Lumiphonic Creature Choir, an eerie mechanical choir that can sing together in unison, beatbox, or recite poetry at the touch of a button. The Lumiphonic Creature Choir has performed to sell-out audiences in Melbourne, Croatia, New York, and at TEDxSydney 2018.
Inspired by the intersection of community engagement, art, technology and social research, the Museum of Faces is family-friendly and wheelchair accessible, welcoming participants from all walks of life.