CREATIVE NEUROFEEDBACK WORKSHOP
Vivid Ideas brings designers, performers and technologists to Sydney to share their ideas and connect with local creators.
In the first in a series of workshops which will aim to navigate the space where art, technology and commerce intersect, artists George Poonkhin Khut and James Brown will introduce participants to the interactive art of Neurofeedback.
Participants will explore a variety of creative applications for Neurofeedback using affordable and accessible digital tools and will gain experience creating and controlling electronic sounds through the use of brainwave sensors.
This introductory workshop suitable for all levels of experience.
This event is sold out
Presented in partnership with Vivid Ideas
About the artists
George Poonkhin Khut is an Australian artist and design-researcher working across the fields of electronic art, design and health. He holds a Doctorate of Creative Arts from the University of Western Sydney, Australia – for his research into biofeedback-based interactive artworks, and has taught interaction design, art and human-centred design methods at University of Technology Sydney, and Sydney University.
George has exhibited his work across Australia, the UK and Asia. Recent projects include Distillery: Waveforming at the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) for which he was awarded the National New Media Art Award (2012), The Heart Library Project (recently exhibited at St. Vincent’s Public Hospital, Sydney, and Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei), and Cardiomorphologies (Biennale of Electronic Arts Perth, 2007).
James Brown is a Sydney based composer and visual artist, who works in sound design, photography, illustration and animation. He holds a Masters of Audio Design and Digital Media, from Sydney University (Major: Sound Design). James has been working collaboratively with theatre companies both locally and internationally as a composer and video artist. Recent composition and sound design commissions include Jane Campion’s forthcoming “Top of the Lake” TV mini-series (with Mark Bradshaw); Matthew Day’s “Intermission”, “Cannibal” and “Thousands” dance solos; Victoria Hunt’s “Copper Promises” (with Densil Cabrera and Horomona Horo); and Company SOIT’s “Café Prukel” and “Nomads” (Belgium/Vienna).