I got on board in a very exciting neuroscience/art project by José Fernando Andrade’s Innative Lab. Neural Paradises is a performance series including movement, audio-visuals, and brainwaves. It is an interactive performance, involving the audience using brain-sensor interface. The focus of the research is social dramaturgy of collective brain and movement synchronisation.
I would have had the first presentations with them as part of the EDGE 2020 neuroscience & art exhibition at Alte Münze, Berlin, on 31st October and 1st November. However, by the time I write this post the exhibition got already postponed because of the development of the pandemic situation. Likely we will have a live-broadcast online presentation sometime in November instead. I will post details once it gets cleared up.