about us

Immersing you in altered states.

Senscapes create immersive experiences using brain data recorded from those in altered states during neuroscience experiments. 

All sounds follow the biological and emotional narrative of the data, using shifts in brain rhythms and participant reports to craft the ebb and flow of our music and cymatics. We give our audience the opportunity to be part of a common transformative journey.

Sit back, relax, and sink in.

Joe Barnby

Founder & Managing Director

Neuroscientist @ Royal Holloway, University of London & King's College London

Abbi Fletcher

Founder & Creative Director (UK)

Lecturer @ University of the Arts London, UK

Jerome Davenport

Operations/Creative Director (AU)

Street Artist @ Blank Walls, Australia

Steven Jerjian

Data analyst & Preprocesser

Neuroscientist @ Johns Hopkins, USA

Joe is a cognitive neuroscientist at Royal Holloway, University of London and King's College London. He deeply cares about bringing together science and art with innovative and immersive formats to communicate profound mental states. 

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.

Jerome is a street artist and founder of street art company Blank Walls. He likes to turn our physical surroundings into the wierd and the wonderful so that we can explore ourselves and the world around us in new ways.

Jerome leads the operations and set design of Senscapes in Australia.

Steven is a neuroscienst at Johns Hopkins, USA, passionate about understanding neural data in new and interesting ways.

Steven turns the raw data from neuroscience experiments into sound files.

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