Recent News

Frontiers in Human Neuroscience has published a new article co-authored by Thomas A. Deurel, Juan Pampin, Jacob Sundstrom, and Felix Darvas.

Cellist Jay Campbell of JACK Quartet checks sheet music during a rehearsal break at the “brain-art initiative” at Meany Studio Theater. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times)

DXARTS is the subject of a long article by Brendan Kiley from the Seattle Times. The article, which was on the first page of the of Sunday, March 26th newspaper, can be found online following this link.

NEA Art Works

National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu has announced the first round of grants that are part of her signature leadership initiative, Creativity Connects. DXARTS will be awarded an Art Works: Creativity Connects grant of $80,000 to support Performing with the Brain: a musical performance for patients with motor disabilities, a project to be done in collaboration with Swedish Neuroscience Institute.

Magnitudes, sound art exhibition | New York, Art345 Gallery

Magnitudes, sound art exhibition with live performances, opens November 12 at  Art345 Gallery in New York City. The exhibition includes a new sound art work by DXARTS PhD student Cameron Fraser.

Sound Installations and Live Performances:
November 12th - November 20th
345 E 104th St, New York City


A research team from the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media (DXARTS), University of Washington, lead by Juan Pampin, in collaboration with neuroscientists Eberhard Fetz and Thomas Deuel, presents Hemispheres, a 3D sound performance sculpted by brain activity. A dome of speakers creates an immersive hemisphere of sound, which serves as a mapping surface for live EEG data coming from the brain of the performer.