Digital artist Luciana Haill works creatively with neurotechnologies, digital media, performance, sound and drawing. She experienced viral meningitis as a teenager which led to a fascination with the brain. She graduated from the first ever degree in Interactive Art led by Roy Ascott, in 1996 and has since gone on to create installations and performances internationally at major venues including The Royal Institution, FACT, The Sage in Gateshead, iMal Gallery in Brussels, CENART in Mexico city and The Waag Society in Amsterdam. She is considered a pioneering artist in her field.
Close your eyes and experience the phenomena of “Flicker”. A flickering sculpture creates dreamlike brain activity which is then measured by an EEG and used to create a unique soundscape to accompany the piece. Experience visions and fleeting inspiration and hear the effect the visuals are having on your brain.
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