bold integration of dance and real-time interactive brain computer technology with the world premiere of MindFluctuations, a stunning performance of dance, 3D virtual artworks and live music on March 19, 2015 at 8:00 pm at GW’s Lisner Auditorium. Dancers wear a special neuroheadset that allows emotional states to influence 3D artworks by the Brazilian computer artist Tania Fraga. John Driscoll and Steve Hilmy perform music with robotic instruments and electronic music.



Tania Fraga, architect and artist, holds a PhD. of Communication and Semiotics, from PUC/SP; is the vice-president of the Institute of Mathematics and Art, Sao Paulo. In 2010-2011 she developed a Post Doctoral research at ECA-USP with a research grant from FAPESP and in1999 another at CAiiA-STAR, UK.; She was Professor and coordinator of the Graduation Studies of the Art Institute at University of Brasilia, Brazil, where she is Associated Researcher. She has been showing and publishing her work in many national and international exhibitions, lectures, workshops, seminars and congresses.

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