The artists Christian Stock was doing brain painting today in Tux, up in the mountains, as the Pingo ergo sum exhibition was opened at the AEC Linz. Below you see Christian Stock with his EEG cap, i. e. the “brush” as well as … Continue reading
Today evening, the Art Hall Rostock shows the movie “The Diving Bell and the Butterfly” from Julian Schnabel (2007). The movie portrays Jean-Dominique Bauby who is locked-in after suffering from a stroke. (In the back of the picture you see a person performing … Continue reading
Today Irene and Christine Hohenbüchler have performed brain painting in their studio in Eichgraben. Our team visited them and put the EEG caps on, and then they painted.
The contains arrived, where Ms Janssen will be living for the next few weeks. They are now all set up and ready. We are looking forward to welcome our most important guest, Ms. Janssen, the next days.
Brain Painting was demonstrated live in the sold out Rostock City Hall as part of the “Highlight der Physik” event. (Pictures shows, from right to left, Ranga Yogeshwar and Adi Hoesle).
At the opening of Bazon Brock’s “Amt für Arbeit an unlösbaren Problemen” in Berlin, a Brain Painting performance was given.
At a recent visit in Vienna, Adi Hoesle exercised Brain Painting at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna.
Today, Adi Hoesle and Prof. Schwabe also visited g.tec and inspected their work on brain drawing, where a mobile robot, equipped with a pen draws on a large sheet of paper. Even though these drawings are not yet Picasso-esque, they are … Continue reading
The ideas for the Pingo ergo sum project and the Art Research Lab emerged from discussions between Adi Hoesle and Prof. Schwabe early 2011. Since then these ideas were refined (see scan of the very first note).