The Highest Human Tower is a new art project commissioned by Mobile World Capital inspired by the Catalan tradition of Castells (human towers). The onsite installation is open for everyone to enter and experience. Don't miss the chance to be ...Read More


The aim of art installation is the visualisation of stock markets’ volume in real-time. For us volume is an interesting figure to play with, since it is an indicator for a liquidity in the market. Speed of Market is an art ...Read More


Photo by Andrew Meredith A piece that looks at reimagining how we share our innermost wishes with the world. What if you could say your wish out loud and have it magically released into the world for people to see? In ...Read More


  Binoculars at MediaFacade Festival Helsinki Binoculars to… Binoculars from… is an installation, which is able to connect to a number of cities in an extraordinary way. When you look through the binoculars, instead of seeing the scene physically in front of ...Read More


We have plotted brainwave activity into a knitted pattern. Using a wearable, non-invasive EEG headset, we recorded users’ affective states while listening to Bach’s “Goldberg Variations”, concretely the aria and its first seven variations. The audio was about 10 minutes ...Read More


This publication has been created by conducting numerous scanning trips across Seoul city. Me and Varvara Guljajeva were interested in exploring urban information layer and its network density. Metaphorically speaking, the art project underlines digital landscape of the city. We have ...Read More


By exploring digital landscapes and excess of wireless communication in urban space, we started to search for poetic expression by applying radio waves. The intention was to create totally invisible and intangible work that will exist in the air. Hence ...Read More


"The Rhythm of São Paulo" by Mar Canet and Guljajeva Varvara. (2012) The artwork was produced especially for the new SP Urban Festival curated by Susa Pop / Public Art Lab. SP_Urban Digital Festival was made in December 2012. We were ...Read More


Kombi(2012) Kombi is a foot-powered knitted car for maximum of 3 people. Kombi has been knitted with Knitic the open source knitting machine that me and Varvara Guljajeva are developing. It was a residency project at Marginalia+Lab in Belo Horizonte, ...Read More


Baltic Sea Radio (2012) Varvara Guljajeva & Mar Canet Sola Baltic Sea Radio is an art project that makes use of the Baltic Sea traffic for artistic purposes and offers a novel sonic experience to the audience. The artwork reflects the local ...Read More