The interactive art with live musical performance “Music-Mind-Textile” will be composed by the audience, their feelings and emotions will determine the visual effect. This project aims to improve mental wellbeing, neurodiversity, a sense of belonging with inclusiveness for a better world.
The concept “Humanity and The Future of the Mind” is a live musical performance that allows anyone to experience emotions through music. Guests at the "Pavilion: Inner Peace" Somerset House will be part of an immersive display, where their sensory receptors will compose the visualisation.
The original soundtrack created by Royal College of Music composers and musicians, collaborated experienced Artists from Royal College of Art will collaborate with worldwide prestigious Textile Weavers , Neuroscientists and Psychologists, in order to bridge a cross-disciplinary new data science formation for the visual effects during the performance.
The project aims to embrace inclusiveness and improve mental wellbeing by combining original music with an innovative smart-textiles art installation, meeting the Sustainable Development Goal For awareness of MentalHealth, Education, and Innovation.
Project Team Collaborators
Dedication. Expertise. Passion.
Connecting with cross-discipline collaboration, presented by our partners, artist, musicians, instructors, SME, Neuroscientist, Psychotherapist and industrial expert partners collaborating together.
Royal College of Art, Head of Programme, MA Textiles
Project Adviser for Project Curation
Dr. Nick de Leon
Royal College of Art , School of Design
Executive Education and Knowledge Exchange Lead
Project Adviser , Design360 for Sustainable Future
Royal College of Music, Artistic Director
Project Adviser Music Artistic Direction
Dr. Jonathan Cole
Royal College of Music, Head of Composition, MMus, PhD, FRCM
Project Adviser for Music Composition
Dr. Elif Ozden Yenigun
Royal College of Art, Senior Tutor Textiles MA
Project Adviser for Material Science and Manufacturing.
Dr. Marie O'Mahony
Royal College of Art, Tutor Textiles MA
Project Adviser for Advance Textiles
Dr. Sara Robertson
Royal College of Art, Tutor for Smart Textiles
Project Adviser for Smart Textiles : Soft Systems and Digital Assemblies
Royal College of Art, Tutor Textiles MA
Project Adviser for Art Installation
Royal College of Art, Technical Instructor, Digital Jacquard
Project Adviser for Digital Jacquard
Royal College of Art, Head of Programme, MA Digital Direction
Project Adviser for Digital Direction
Royal College of Art, Sound Studio, Technical Instructor
Project Adviser for Music Production
Royal College of Art, Visiting Lecturer, Information Experience Design
Project Adviser for Sonic Interactive Design
Royal College of Art, Technical Instructor, Physical Computing
Project Adviser for Computer programming
Dr. Jamie A Ward
Goldsmiths University of London, Lecturer Machine Learning
Project Adviser for Wearable Sensing
Dr. Marianna Kapsetaki
Imperial College London, Phd Cognitive Neuroscience
Project Adviser for Neuroscience and Music Performer
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cultural activities and in creative and cultural practitioners, arts organisations, museums and libraries helps improve lives, regenerate neighbourhoods, support local economies, attract visitors and bring people together! increased cultural engagement and the wide range of social benefits it brings improve health and wellbeing through creative and cultural activity
from education , innovation-led art design to social responsibilities.
Royal College of Art
Royal College of Music
Music Children Foundation
“‘by 2030, England will be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone has access to a remarkable range of
high-quality cultural experiences.’."
ARTS COUNCIL ENGLAND Delivery Plan 2021-24