Ibrahim Ince
Ibrahim Ince

Ibrahim Ince

Resident Artist | TMS AIR

Biography

Ibrahim Ince is an artist and researcher, producing installations, sculptures and virtual reality works. His artistic processes are intended to capsulise, fragment or erupt archival materials. He positions himself as a translator of untold stories and aims to reconfigure oral and optic traces of archives, transforming them  into a new form.

His practice often incorporates the use of diverse processes, such as chemically crystallising or 3D scanning objects, to establish a method which blurs the lines of science, technology and archaeology. His theoretical research areas involve archival science, digital heritage and object-oriented ontology which feed his attentiveness to materiality.

Ince is currently studying MA Material and Visual Culture at the University College London. Recent projects include a virtual reality space for the digital Ars Electronica Festival and a performance art piece for Cyprus Queer Perspectives.

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