ElectroMmunication is a technological art installation that creates a proposal for communication free from the bounds of language. The aim was to make it possible to communicate an output directly from the brain without having the message pass through the filter of language. The project juxtaposes the brainwave-based output with a language output. ElectroMmunication is an interactive installation that is based on data gathered both in a neurology lab and dynamically from the user’s behaviour at the gallery. Both sources of data come from neurological, audial, and spoken responses to human gestures.

ElectroMmunication was included in the MFACA Thesis exhibition in the School of Visual Arts East Side Gallery, New York City, NY, 2008.

Collaboration with programmer Levent Cetiner, neuroscience advisor Dr. Laura Boylan