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Credits and support
The ENKI project was originally developed through an Arts council International Artists Fellowship [Pepiniere programme] ENSAD Paris, with Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) France 2006. Dutch Electronic Arts Festival 2007, BIOS 4, Biotechnological and environmental art, CAAC, Seville, Spain 2007. International Festival of Art/Science/New Technologies, Prague 2007. Trondhiem Electronic Arts Festival, Trondhiem, Norway 2007. European forum for Emerging Creation, Luxembourg 2007. Spectropia08, Latvia 2008. Most recently in 2009 'ENKI Experiment 3' was commissioned by Arts Catalyst for the show Interspecies.

Research has taken place with kind advice support & collaboration from the following people & institutions:

Gregory K Byatt, Electrotherapy and relaxation practitioner is lecturer and innovator of blue room relaxation environments and is an experienced practitioner of electro-acupuncture, and uses sound as an integral part of his therapeutic approach to treatment.

Unité de Neurosciences Intégratives et Computationnelles, (UNIC)
an academic research laboratory belonging to the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) Gif-sur-Yvette. Atelier de Recherches Interactives (ARI) l’École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs, Paris. The residency was organized by Pepiniere programme [www.art4eu.net]. Thanks also to the support from the Arts Council England

Dr Jan Benda, Institute for Theoretical Biology, Humboldt university, Berlin.
Pete Liptrot Bolton Art Museum & Aquarium and The North of England Zoological Society & Mike Crumpler at Chester Zoo aquarium.

ENKi introductory video

Arts Council UK
The Arts Catalyst

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique CNRS http://www.cnrs.fr/

Pepiniere programme

Antony Hall,
Director Enki Technology

The IBVA consists of a sensor band recording 2 channels of brainwaves (EEG) with medical electrodes and a tiny blue tooth transmitter. IBVA's software does more than analyse, (upto 1920 samples per second) continuously - it visualises the delicate EEG from 0-280 Hertz per channel. In realtime you learn to intuitively affect your EEG (neurofeedback)