‘Eunoia II’ involves using a commercial brainwave(EEG) headset as a self-monitoring tool to measure a performer’s physical and psychological states. This performance obtains a real-time feedback of a performer’s emotional reactions. Throughout the performance of ‘Eunoia II’, the intensity of a performer’s feelings at the time are mirrored in the intensity of the sound in terms of volume, pitch, speed, and the panning of the sound output. As a result, the water responded in real-time creating different formations of ripples and droplets in unpredictable patterns.
American-born and Korean-raised, Lisa Park is and interdisciplinary artists who is currently based in New York. She is a recipient of NYFA ( New York Foundation for the Arts) a fellowship in the category of Digital/Electronic arts. She has been selected for NEW INC., New Museum’s first museum-led incubator program in art, technology and design since the Fall of 2014. Her works where featured on Wired, The Creators Project, The New York Times’ Bits Blog, Time Out New York and many others. Park’s work investigates a new form of expression and trans-sensory experiences. She developed a series of performances using biosensors (brainwave heart-rate devices) as a medium for manifesting her inner states.
25 + 26 September
Pier - Gallery
Fri: 11:00 - 01:00 | Sat: 11:00 - 01:00