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Lights of Soho 31.01.17

This month’s theme “Transformation” curated by Maria Almena, will reflect on the concept of “Art is Transformation” and will explore how different artists have approached this on their practise.

We are delighted to announced the speakers who will enlightened us with their presence:
Luciana Haill www.lucianahaill.co.uk – bringing PandoraStar Lucid Strobe lamp
Shaun Prickimage http://www.walkaboutprojection.co.uk/
Apple Tart http://www.the-s-r.com/

RSVP and details :
www.facebook.com/events/217215522060703

Lights of Soho (bar)

020 7183 2003

‘SleepCycles’ more visitor comments

I went to see the show at the weekend and thought it was excellent. I really enjoyed it. I thought all the pieces were of very high quality. I particularly liked your installation.

I thought all the elements hung together really well to give a powerful experience. The Victoriana strand worked very well through the artefacts and the drawings. The soundscape was also really atmospheric and bound it all together – were the sounds generated from an EEG?

Anyway, great show! – P.H.

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Signed giclee prints from “SleepCycles” for sale

New Etsy shop !

Limited edition of all the pen illustrations in “SleepCycles”- just  5 of each image, in mitred mounts. Print sizes, A4 exact dimensions and prices in Etsy.
www.etsy.com/uk/shop/InMyDreamsByLuciana

Including ‘The presentation to Narcissus II’

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Feedback : more visitor’s comments on the show

Went to the art exhibition, Technology is not Neutral, at The Waterman’s Centre, Kew Bridge. What an amazing collection by some incredible female artists.

I was particularly drawn to the works of Luciana Haill, as I went to one of her Talks last year about all her work on brainwaves and her dream machines! Her work intrigues me, particularly as I have had many experiences through dreams, visions and meditations. Different states have also affected my intuitive art. I wonder what Luciana Haill’s dream machines would reveal?

When I heard she was combining her visuals of brainwaves during lucid dreams, with her art work, I just had to go! I’m SO glad I did!

Her collection, called Sleep Cycles, is amazing and not like anything I’ve seen before. The brainwave displays were creative and fascinating, and her art is absolutely breathtaking!

Presentation to Narcissus, wow! Death by Dreaming, disturbing yet beautiful, I loved the contrast. The Double Mind, incredible artwork, reminds me of some effects of my meditations.

I’d say it’s impossible to view this thought provoking art and not be moved and affected. It’s only there for a few more days, finishing this Sunday 8th January – I would certainly recommend it.

Mel Pross, EnRichmbs

Feedback on ‘SleepCycles’

I went to see the show at the weekend and thought it was excellent. I really enjoyed it. I thought all the pieces were of very high quality. I particularly liked your installation.
I thought all the elements hung together really well to give a powerful experience. The Victoriana strand worked very well through the artefacts and the drawings. The soundscape was also really atmospheric and bound it all together – were the sounds generated from an EEG?

Anyway, great show! – P.H.

‘SleepCycles’ in Technology is not neutral exhibition London, last few days

Get along to Waterman’s Art Gallery at Kew Bridge, 40 High Street Brentford before we close on the end of the 8th of January to see my projected EEG, ready-mades and Oneirical Illustration Art works with 10 other amazing  female artists

Technology is not neutral is a touring exhibition project that highlights and investigates the work of a group of women artists in the field of digital arts. This new curatorial project explores methods of working with new technologies and the themes that bring these artists together.

From drone choreography, sequencing of bacteria and brainwave art to hacking reality, social media activism and telepresence, this exhibition highlights the contribution of female artists in shaping what digital art is today. The exhibition title references the challenges faced by female artists in this field where they are often under-represented.

10am-9pm daily, free entry
www.watermans.org.uk/events/technology-is-not-neutral/