MindFluctuations was created through residencies in São Paulo, Brazil and Washington, D.C. which enabled an international collaboration between Maida Withers and Tania Fraga, a Brazilian computer artist, and Pedro Garcia, Java consultant programmer. Mauro Pichiliani, Brain Computer Interface technician and Donizetti Louro, mathematics consultant at the Institute of Mathematics and Art, São Paulo.  After a successful history of international collaborations and site-specific performances, MWDCCo is excited to first present the world premiere of MindFluctuations in their home community in the heart of downtown Washington, DC at Lisner Auditorium before returning to São Paulo at Paco das Artes museum for additional performance,  May 2015.


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Experimental art with brain controlled interface

Postado por Lauris Brazil em segunda, junho 24, 2013, In : Artigos 

The main question is to inquire about the related possibilities to intertwine human affective states with computer autonomous processes. May one say that the computer agents, by capturing world percepts, are perceiving the human mind activity? How they convey, interpret, and react to it? Possible answers to this question may open poetic and aesthetic research fields for artists, leading to a better understanding of how computers collect emotional states within human minds, applying brain sens...

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O Romance da Matemática e da Arte

Postado por IMA Brazil em domingo, abril 15, 2012,
Uma Jornada na História da Ciência e Artes Numérico-Topológicas.
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Institute of Mathematics and Art of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo City, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil.