An interactive art project for
‘Jack the House Origins Warehouse Party’
Neuroscience, artist practice and music interplay….
The brain is made up of billions of cells called ‘neurons’ which communicate with each other using electrical signals that can be read using sensors on parts of the head (EEG headset).
This interactive performance for ‘Jack the House’ demonstrated the way our neurons communicate with each other. The focus of the performance for the night was to simultaneously engage the audience in the live painting performance, the music and their neurological response.
Both artist and individual audience participants wore EEG headsets (electroencephalograph) during the performance. The live artist performance (live painting) and the neurological results of the audience member and performing artist were projected onto screens.