These tech-aided, brainwave-created music experiments bring a new meaning to "straight off the dome."
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.
It's like an infinity mirror for brainwave interpretation.
"What did you think would happen?" Is the question at the heart of Tabitha Denholm's music video for the New York-based duo.
Mind controls matter in Lisa Park's 'Eunoia II,' on display at Reverse Space through June 6.
Artist Peter Crnokrak is using EEGs to translate music into mesmerizing visuals.
Scott Chasserot continues his 'Original/Ideal' project by revealing the ideal self-images of two twin brothers.
Connection Codes transformed the brainwaves caused by hearing a story into a live projection experience.
Programmer and visual artist Brian Foo translated EEG brainwave data into music to create "Rhapsody in Grey."
Designer and architect Behnaz Farahi's 'Synapse' seeks to blur the lines between our bodies and the environment.