Data backed meditative state of art.
An experimental performance made for TEDx: a human artist & a range of sensors. Both registering the changes in the environment, influenced by the public and the speakers. Immaterial Art Lab & collaborators is set to find out if a correlation can be observed.
In:fluence is an abstract documentation, a mood map of this TEDx London 2018 via art in flow and data science. Created by design innovator and artist Helena Nora Vitola-Jones and facilitated by the Thingitude IoT co-authored by Mark Stanley; Buggy Air pollution sensing kit and Hack The Senses expertise with Muse EEG headband. Filmed by Donald Eke. Produced by Karlina Voitika.
See the live stream and results of the performance on the artist’s website
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