Senscapes is where neuroscience, art, and music come together. Our mission is to bridge the gap between analytical thinking and creative intuition to fully appreciate and communicate complex human experiences.
Using brain data and phenomenological narratives from participants recorded in altered states, Senscapes craft audio-visual immersions. Through this, we strive to traverse the boundaries between our subjective experience and scientific knowledge.
Our services consist of creative direction, immersive installations as well as data analysis and manipulation.
Joe is a neuroscientist and musician studying the neuroscience and psychology of belief and delusion formation. He is interested in psychosis, consciousness, and the combined use of science and art to understand mental health and the mind.
Joe heads Senscapes to steer the overall direction and focus and also moulds the sound generated from data into compositions and arrangements.
Abbi is a visual artist fascinated by the future of textiles and the evolving relationship between technology and craftsmanship. Abbi specifically focuses on how this relationship is positioned amongst existing boundaries, and how it can be used to anticipate peoples’ future needs and desires.
Abigail leads the visual direction of Senscapes - helping to mould the broad, visual design and visual output of pieces, shows, and events.
Tim is a neuroscientist researching thedevelopment of deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease. He is fascinatedin understanding the coding of movement and action in the dynamics of brainsynchronisation.
Timdevelops and sources new technology to continually innovate the waySenscapes generates it's art from brain data.
Steven is a neuroscienst using neuronal recordings to research the role of mirror neurons in the processing of movements. He is interested in how action is generated in the brain and how this knowledge can be used to develop BCIs of the future.
Steven leads neural data acquisition, processing, and transformation to provide the raw materials that will be converted into sound and vision.