Face.Age is a multimedia installation created from guided cross-generational encounters documented through digital recordings. The installation places audiences within a synchronized, three-screen surround where younger (18-22) and older (70+) participants can be seen studying, describing, and touching one another’s faces. A 45-minute loop of moving and still imagery forms a fluid space in which time can slow, permitting a close study of faces rarely afforded in social settings. The installation proposes a liminal territory that unhinges viewers from social circumstance and opens a loop of timeless human stories.
Credit: Andy Belser