NeuraLiminal: Choose Your Reality
NeuraLiminal is an immersive art exhibition that celebrates the union between human and machine, showcasing 35 prototypes of brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), alongside artifacts from science fiction, infographics, and thought-provoking installations.
The human mind has long been the subject of fascination and exploration, and with the emergence of BCIs, we are now able to provide access to our brain activity to any computer-based system on this planet, as well as in space, in unprecedented ways.
At the heart of NeuraLiminal is the concept of the liminal space, a site of transition between human and computer perception. Through our carefully curated exhibits, we explore how the choices we make today will shape the world of tomorrow. Visitors can experience the rituals of adopting BCIs, from the early days of brain sensing systems to the current state of the art and the uncertain future that awaits us.
Each exhibit is designed to provoke thought and inspire wonder, as we explore the ways in which BCIs are changing the very fabric of our lives. From the awe-inspiring history of BCIs to the limbo of present technology and the overstimulation of an uncertain future, we invite you to consider the implications of this cutting-edge technology and contemplate the role that we as individuals and as a society must play in shaping its future.
Curated by: Nataliya Kosmyna, Ph.D
Artists: Marshall Wang, Yasmeen Hmaidan and the team behind NeuraFutures 1.0!
Location site: Boston CyberArts, April 17 - July 13, 2023
More about the project: NeuraFutures