Observation as Interaction: Eye Contact Systems


Golan Levin

Observation as Interaction: Eye Contact Systems is a series of large-scale artworks that return a viewer’s gaze. Comprising everything from wall projections to robotic sculptures, these works rely on Levin’s original software to track where viewers are looking and simulate a return glance. Following several recent projects that simulated virtual gesture and vocalization, Levin’s new project focuses on visual, non-verbal interaction.

Project Updates

  • 2007: Levin has his first solo exhibition at bitforms gallery, where an interim version of Observation as Interaction is on view.

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    Golan Levin

    Golan Levin’s work focuses on the language of interactivity: verbal, vocal, and visual. He has exhibited at The New Museum of Contemporary Art, The K…

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  • Events

    Jul 24 – Nov 07, 2011
    Golan Levin featured in “Talk To Me” at MoMA



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