Book your free place to experience this artwork that will be tailored to you. By wearing a small headset activated by the electricity in your brain, each experience of the artwork is unique.
Timed sessions must be booked in advance to accommodate each visitor.
Augmented Body, Altered Mind is a collaborative, interactive artwork that weaves a brain-computer interface with a projected audiovisual environment. The work has a particular focus on neurodivergence, the disproportionate impact of climate change on individuals with disabilities, and the unique perspectives that these communities have on climate change. By wearing a Brain-Computer Interface headset, the audience becomes immersed in evocative imagery and soundscapes as their brainwaves guide undulating, amorphous visuals and scripted audio-dialogue to shift and merge.
The artwork has been co-created by AlanJames Burns (lead artist), Carys D. Coburn and Chandrika Narayanan-Mohan (writing), Michael Riordan (composition), and collective Ibragim (digital visuals).
Accessibility Description: In Augmented Body, Altered Mind, you can wear a small headset and interact with visuals and audio. The headset is activated by the electricity in your brain. Because everyone’s brain is different, each experience of the artwork is unique.
Artist’s statement: AlanJames Burns, is a neurodivergent and environmental artist and curator producing interactive, socially engaged and site-specific exhibitions. The focal points of their artistic practice are disability, climate change and the human mind. AlanJames Burns works highly collaboratively with other visual artists, writers, musicians, filmmakers and scientists through their projects.
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