‘Facial Codes’ is a series that explores the idea of interactivity in art. Commonly used in Japan, QR Codes are easily decoded at high speed with a scanner in mobile phones. Each code is uniquely different and contains different messages. If you want to figure out the meaning of the codes used in the featured images, just scan them.
Facial Codes is the work of Kamarulzaman Bin Mohamed Sapiee who is currently in his final Year at Republic Polytechnic pursuing a Diploma in Design for Interactivity. Kamarul is part of Transmission Lab, an art incubator between Phunk Studio and LASELLE College of the Arts and had his first art exhibition at the ICAS (The Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore) Gallery.
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