Shown at Istanbul Museum of Modern Art on the occasion of the latest Instanbul Design Biennal, ‘Cerebral Hut‘ is a kinetic installation that works with an interface that measures brain frequencies and turns them into a reactive environment. Created by Turkish-born architect Guvenc Ozel of OZel Office, in collaboration with designer Alexander Karaivanov and media artists Jona Hoier and Peter Innerhofer, ‘Cerebral Hut’ explores the relationship between architecture, movement and human thought.

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