the exploration of art and the brain with selected invited artists and the scientific community.
THE HIDDEN RESPONSE
Below you will find three links-"The project" an overview of some of the things the lead artist has been getting up to with a short message. and some of the research.
Please read the project page below as it contains some insights into the project. All other relevant info can be found on this website or send us a email on the button below.
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Submissions / application". You can use this to enquire about the project.
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We would like to introduce you to the Arts Council England funded arts project, which investigates "the Hidden Response": the feedback found in the brain when it engages in the practice of art or the consideration of art.
“We intend to explore the Hidden Response, that is to examine the reaction of the brain through EEG (electroencephalogram) and BCI (brain control interface) technologies.
Exploring the possibilities of genetic disposition in Art, exploring entrainment, pareidolia and other phenomena, this will be achieved both in a gallery and a fringe setting.”
Using BCI technology, provided by Emotiv, a leading EEG headset developer; allows us real-time EEG data and feedback. The project is the brainchild of lead Artist John Baldwin, an Alumni of Plymouth University and who has had work in collateral and collaborative exhibitions at the Venice Biennial, Hamburg Altonale and Tate Liverpool is supported by Artist Dominic Marcellus-Temple also alumni of Plymouth and former Director of Visual Arts Plymouth and Flameworks.
Together they are Baldwin & Temple.
Click the top link for proposal application.
This button is for the easy read version of what's involved.
I know sounds like a comic book Introduction.
link for help/enquiries & information requests.
We are so happy you’re interested in getting involved with our work on the "The Hidden Response project" There are so many ways for you to help, and we truly appreciate each and every effort. By lending your support, you’ll become a valuable part of our Arts Organisation and help to strengthen our operations for all.
To contribute or make enquiries please contact us by clicking the green button. (This is the first button going up from this text-box).