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Oct 26, 2006

Brain Waves Drawing

Via Networked Performance

Brain Waves Drawing: Live Performance by Hideki Nakazawa: Nov 4-5, 2006 at Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo Supported by Nihon Kohden.


Not to Draw by Hand. To Draw by Brain: Artists usually draw pictures by hand with brushes or pencils. However, the activities of brains must be more important and essential than the ones of hands at the moment of creating art. Therefore, I decided to draw pictures with electrodes being set on my head through controlling the activities of my own brain. The curved lines so-called "brain waves" in medicine must be the "drawings" in the world of fine art, directly drawn by my brain without using hands.

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