Artist Figured Out How To Control Water With Her Mind


An EEG, a few speakers, and some metal plates filled with water compose the artist’s brain wave-bending installations.

An electroencephalogram(EEG)is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of brain. Special sensors are attached to head and hooked by wires to a computer. The computer records brain’s activity on the screen. In Eunoia II, Park controls 48 pools of water using just her brainwaves. The rippling water in the plates is actually the real time record result 14 EEG sensors capturing her emotions and translating them into soundwaves.


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