Interactive Installation/Performance by Friendred Peng
Dance & Choreography by Seirian J. Griffiths
Scored by Danny Hynds
Cinematography & Edit by Aurelia Bergs
Web development: Friendred Peng, Narayan O'Hanlon, Jacob Heredia
EEG recording: Laura Rai, Hennie Lee
Photography: Friendred Peng, Arturas Bondarciukas
Moving Photon is an interactive installation/performance created by installation artist Friendred Peng that explores embodiment, social connection and remote presence during the age of the pandemic. This work translates physiological data from live EEG recordings to an installation and explores embodied approaches in computational synergized space.
EEG data is streamed live to control the morphology of an installation during a dance performance. The perception of the machine by the participant is translated into movement, manipulating the viewers’ experience and creating a perceptive feedback loop of human-machine communication.
This work is supported by Jamie Ward, the ERC Neurolive project (funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme [grant agreement No. 864420 - Neurolive]), The Royal Society, ReMap (Research in Media Arts and Play)