Expressive EEG series 3

Expressive EEG series 3

Title: Expressive EEG series 3

Artist: Bora Aydıntuğ

Year: 2020

Concept: Created with the artist’s brainwaves

Format: Digital image

Digital dimensions: 2880x1800 (144dpi)

Sold as: Digital Print

 

The pieces are the results from Bora Aydıntuğ’s project; Experiments in Expressive EEG (2020). The images aren’t data visualizatios, but rather results of a series of phenomenological experiments about expressive representation of the inner. Aydıntuğ connected an EEG headset to a visual program he has coded, in order create digital artwork in realtime. Throughout the experiments, he created visual art with open eyes, eyes closed and a mixture of both. He relied on memories, positive and negative emotions, various contemplative practices and curiosity.

 

Artist: Bora Aydintug

  • ARTWORK INFO

    Title: Expressive EEG series 3

    Artist: Bora Aydıntuğ

    Year: 2020

    Concept: Created with the artist’s brainwaves

    Format: Digital image

    Digital dimensions: 2880x1800 (144dpi)

    Sold as: Digital Print

  • ARTIST INFO

    Bora Aydintug

     

    Bora Aydıntuğ is a Brooklyn based experimental visual artist from Istanbul. He creates art experimentally in order to evoke curiosity and self reflection in others. Originally an experimental filmmaker, Aydıntuğ focused on the intersection between art and technology during his graduate studies at Tisch School of the Arts, programming various generative drawing systems, designing interactions, and giving several video performances. He works with video, code and physical computing in order to try and get a better sense of the universe. 

    In one of his latest projects; Experiments in Expressive EEG (2020), the artist used his brainwaves and more importantly his efforts for inner navigation to create abstract digital paintings/drawings, through a visual program he coded. 

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