Fine artist Luciana Haill will conduct an interactive exploration of ‘Flicker’ through Brion Gysin’s Dreamachines. She will demonstrate with audience members how brainwaves shift while viewing the flickering sculptures. Brion Gysin’s invention of the Dreamachine was the first work of sculpture made to be viewed with eyes closed. Luciana will present a talk illustrated with her personal collection of brainwave (EEG) recordings made during flicker viewing and meditation. She will then interact with audience members, exploring their brainwaves when viewing the 3 dreamachines.
The effect can be augmented with curated music to accompany the experience. Visions and fleeting inspirational ideas are the most desirable side-effects.
(Not suitable for persons with photo-sensitive epilepsy or migraine)
Please note, this event will take place on the 2nd floor of the Gallery, accessible by stairs only.
October Gallery Trust
Saturday, 19 September 2015 from 15:00 to 17:00 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
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Admission: £7.50 Concessions £5.00
Tickets are limited to 30 seated capacity maximum