Breaking Convention, University of Greenwich, UK
The Phrontesterion – time lapse
‘Real/Virtual’ in The Ugly Duck, Bermondsey, June 22-25
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Manoto TV, Iranian TV show features ‘Technology is not neutral’ (play from 10.20) exhibition and my new artworks ‘Sleepcycles’ and ‘The Phrontesterion’ (play from 15:00)
EEG within Dreamachine exposure in my artwork ‘The Phrontesterion’ “I AM THAT I AM” interactive brainwave triggered signification using IBVA, Ableton and Garageband.
Hear how musician Arthur Brown and I exploring making brainwave controlled music since 2014, we performed a live mix in Bestival, Isle of Wight in the summer of 2015.
October 2015 :
Kibla in Slovenia – White cube install with 1970’s electric dentist chair from Bavaria
The Phrontesterion (Dreamachine and percipient’s EEG sonified ) was installed in The Drill Hall upstairs, where we were visited by the public who had booked an appointment for a vision, a dream and a journey. Using the IBVA software and hardware the brainwaves were visualised and later transcribed by Luciana to the subject whilst they were professionally and discretely interviewed by the assistant Ms Rose.
September 2015 :
Excerpt of Dreamachines(3) from The October Gallery in London, an afternoon experience of Flicker with EEG projections during the phenomena.
October 2014 :
Phrontesterion in Kinetica ArtFair, participants listen to their brainwaves sonified feedback to the photic stimulation of a classic Dreamachine (work in progress)
April 2014 :
Recent practice has focuses on an investigation of sleep and dream-like states, in particular the phenomenon of ‘Lucid Dreaming’ in East Sussex
November 2014 :
Excerpt of ‘Creation of the strobes’, 40 minute durational, multimedia performance in SPILL festival of performance, The Old Police Station, Ipswich, October 31st, 2o14
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March 2014 :
Interview and excerpt of performance in The Waag, NL
August 2012 :
Presentation in ‘Art and New Science Symposium V’ in CENART, Mexico City
September 2011 :
Presentation in ‘Tangible Feelings’ Symposium in iMal, Brussels