Ba§ak Tuna

Daylight Computer

Site specific Installation, 2023 Hollabrun AU

For AIR InSilo Residency, Başak Tuna develops, rethinks and reproduces a project she called DayLight Computer. It is simply a computer screen that works in front of a window or on a sunny day instead of using the embedded electric light. A desktop screen that is resistant to function at night times.

Technically speaking; the computer screen doesn’t need the LEDs inside in order to function. The LEDs are taken out of the screen and another window behind is opened. The screen’s light source is now the environmental light or daylight.

Photographed by Ksenia Yurkova