FaceAge is an award-winning multimedia installation created from guided cross-generational encounters.
The installation situates audience members within a synchronized, three-screen surround where younger (18-22) and older (70+) participants can be seen studying, describing, and touching one another's faces, and sharing experiences and perceptions about aging.
The installation’s sensory-rich immersive space serves as a wellspring for community engagement and research developed by the FaceAge cross-disciplinary team of professionals. The project affords an artful, layered, and embodied experience aimed at cultivating individual and community re-imaginings of aging.
FaceAge won the [AGING RE_IMAGINED] film competition sponsored by Wake Forest University.