Investigating the nature of human consciousness and connectivity through the use of EEGs as an artform.
Visual definitions shed light on 2015's biggest art trends.
Putting your brain waves on display makes for intimate, engrossing artwork.
Brain + psychedelic images = pretty decent original music.
It's like an infinity mirror for brainwave interpretation.
Programmer and visual artist Brian Foo translated EEG brainwave data into music to create "Rhapsody in Grey."
London-based artist Aiste Noreikaite's 'The Experience Helmet' turns its wearer's attention span into sound.
The brain made big waves in 2014.
An EEG, a few speakers, and some metal plates filled with water compose the artist's latest foray into brain wave-bending installations, 'Eunoia II.'