Imagine a machine that is programmed to perform one task; the reason for its existence. Now run for your life, type on your laptop the whole day, and turn around till you faint. Repeat doing whatever you do, to fulfill your human purpose. Da Da Die is conceptualized around the themes of life and death, of machines and humans. Can the algorithms and machines surrounding us shape and control how we live, or are we still the ones who rule? How can we break the cycle of this mechanism called life?
Belçim Yavuz is an interdisciplinary artist with a background in dance and architecture, working in the fields of performance art, dance, and design. Her current works include new media tools like sensors, animation design, and interactive design. She combines these interactive digital media environments with movement, space, and performativity.