CANDAŞ ŞİŞMAN

2D, 4D

Candaş Şişman (İzmir, 1985) is an artist who uses digital and mechanical technologies as a means of expression. His work includes many different disciplines such as multi-sensory installations, inclusive experiences, audio installations, kinetic sculptures, animations and visual-workplace performances. Using digital and mechanical technologies in his work, he manipulates our perceptions of time, space and movement and establishes bridges between digital and physical reality.
Candaş Şişman is one of the founders of Nohlab, who produces interdisciplinary experiences around art, design and technology, and is one of the founders of NOS, the cooperation platform that produces visual-workplace performances. In recent years, in various universities, sound art has been teaching.
Since 2007, Candaş Şişman, who received the Prix Ars Electronica Prize and Jury Special Award at the Japanese Media Arts Festival, has participated in many important festivals and exhibitions such as Venice Architecture Biennial, Ars Electronica, TEDX, Todaysart and File.
The artist lives and works in Istanbul.

2019, Experientia, Mixed Exhibition, Château de Lunéville, France
2019, Jerusalem Design Week, Mixed Exhibition, Hansen House, Jerusalem, Israel
2018, Dystopie Sound Art Festival, Mixed Exhibition, Berlin, Germany
2017, future narrators, mixed exhibition, challenging PSM / Digi.logue Space, Istanbul, Turkey
2015, Waves, Mixed Exhibition, Blokart Space, Istanbul, Turkey
2014, memory venues, mixed exhibition, Venice Architecture Biennial Turkey Pavilion, Venice, Italy
2014, FILE: Electronic Language International Festival, Mixed Exhibition, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janerio, Brazil
2014, Micro Macro, Mixed Exhibition, Exit Festival, Maccreteil, Creteil, France
2014, ‘0II’, Personal Exhibition, Hub Art Space, Cermodern, Ankara, Turkey
2013, Scientific Inquiry, Mixed Exhibition, Curator: Başak Şenova, Koç University Campus, Istanbul, Turkey
2013, ‘Syn-Phon’, Personal Exhibition, Budapest Art Factory, Budapest, Hungary
2012, ‘01’, Personal Exhibition, PG Art Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey
2012, Joints Zmani / New Media Art from Turkey, Karma Exhibition, Todaysart Festival, Den Haag, Netherlands

Candaş Şişman (İzmir, 1985) is an artist who uses digital and mechanical technologies as a means of expression. His work includes many different disciplines such as multi-sensory installations, inclusive experiences, audio installations, kinetic sculptures, animations and visual-workplace performances. Using digital and mechanical technologies in his work, he manipulates our perceptions of time, space and movement and establishes bridges between digital and physical reality.
Candaş Şişman is one of the founders of Nohlab, who produces interdisciplinary experiences around art, design and technology, and is one of the founders of NOS, the cooperation platform that produces visual-workplace performances. In recent years, in various universities, sound art has been teaching.
Since 2007, Candaş Şişman, who received the Prix Ars Electronica Prize and Jury Special Award at the Japanese Media Arts Festival, has participated in many important festivals and exhibitions such as Venice Architecture Biennial, Ars Electronica, TEDX, Todaysart and File.
The artist lives and works in Istanbul.

2019, Experientia, Mixed Exhibition, Château de Lunéville, France
2019, Jerusalem Design Week, Mixed Exhibition, Hansen House, Jerusalem, Israel
2018, Dystopie Sound Art Festival, Mixed Exhibition, Berlin, Germany
2017, future narrators, mixed exhibition, challenging PSM / Digi.logue Space, Istanbul, Turkey
2015, Waves, Mixed Exhibition, Blokart Space, Istanbul, Turkey
2014, memory venues, mixed exhibition, Venice Architecture Biennial Turkey Pavilion, Venice, Italy
2014, FILE: Electronic Language International Festival, Mixed Exhibition, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janerio, Brazil
2014, Micro Macro, Mixed Exhibition, Exit Festival, Maccreteil, Creteil, France
2014, ‘0II’, Personal Exhibition, Hub Art Space, Cermodern, Ankara, Turkey
2013, Scientific Inquiry, Mixed Exhibition, Curator: Başak Şenova, Koç University Campus, Istanbul, Turkey
2013, ‘Syn-Phon’, Personal Exhibition, Budapest Art Factory, Budapest, Hungary
2012, ‘01’, Personal Exhibition, PG Art Gallery, Istanbul, Turkey
2012, Joints Zmani / New Media Art from Turkey, Karma Exhibition, Todaysart Festival, Den Haag, Netherlands

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