BrainMirror is an interactive experience where the image of the visitors brain appears mixed with his/her mirror image, using natural head movement as an interface to explore volumetric visuals of the human brain.

Designed and built by 3 independent artist and technologist, putting our skills together we aimed for creating an interface that works without learning for all age groups, and fosters communal interaction, interaction among the different visitors.

Credits
BrainMirror is a Swedish-Hungarian co production by Adam Somlai-Fischer(hu) Bengt Sjölén(se) and Danil Lundbäck(se).

In collaboration with the Swedish Research Council, the Swedish Travelling Exhibitions, and the Knowledge Foundation.

For inquiries please email us at
info (at) brainmirror.se

Publicity
SVT Swedish National Television May 16 05
Skanska Dagbladet May 17 05
Sydsvenskan May 17 05

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Exhibition program
There are two parallel installations being shown at several locations

BrainMirror V2
2005 12/09 - 2005 16/09 Swedish Research Council, Stockholm, Sweden
2005 23/09 - 2005 23/09 Researcher's Night, LAVA, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
2005 22/10 - 2005 13/11 Trondheim Matchmaking, Senter før Samtidskunst, Trondheim, Norway
2005 24/11 - 2005 24/11 Competence Development Fund, City Hall, Stockholm, Sweden
2005 10/12 - 2005 22/12 Designåret, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
2006 09/01 - 2006 20/01 Stockholm Academic Forum, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
2006 05/04 - 2006 08/04 Folkets hus, Stockholm, Sweden
2006 21/06 - 2006 27/08 Ludwig Múzeum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest, Hungary
2006 09/09 - 2006 09/09 Lindingö Stadshus, Lidingö, Sweden
2007 02/02 - 2007 05/02 ISPO 2007 with POC, München, Germany
2007 20/09 - 2007 18/12 World Culture Forum 2007, Monterrey, Mexico
2008 18/07 - 2008 22/07 ESOF 2008, European Science Open Forum, Barcelona, Spain
2008 02/10 - 2008 03/10 The Venice Biennale 2008, Russian Pavillion, Venice, Italy
2012 26/04 - 2012 29/04 Vetenskapsfestivalen 2012, Göteborg, Sweden
Showing Brainmirror 2 is realized with the kind help of NEC Sweden

BrainMirror V1
As part of the Behold the Brain touring exhibition
2005 25/02 - 2005 25/04 Universeum, Göteborg, Sweden
2005 17/05 - 2005 31/07 Malmö Museum, Malmö, Sweden
2005 29/08 - 2005 25/10 Kalmar Slott, Kalmar, Sweden
2005 06/11 - 2006 05/02 Regionmuseet Kristianstad, Kristianstad, Sweden
2006 18/02 - 2006 20/08 Arbetets Museum, Norrköping, Sweden
2006 03/09 - 2006 22/10 Bildmuseet, Umeå, Sweden
2006 03/11 - 2007 04/02 Upplandsmuseet, Uppsala, Sweden
2007 20/02 - 2007 02/09 Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm, Sweden
2007 14/09 - 2007 12/02 Technichus, Härnösand, Sweden
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