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.