THE HUM is a series of events produced by Amy Croft, artist-in-residence at the Interactive Architecture Lab, with support from The Leverhulme Trust. During her 10 month residency, Amy will develop a body of new artworks with neuroscientists and interaction designers at UCL.
Her project will explore ways that our phenomenological experience of environments interfaces with mind wandering or daydream, both at present, and through future applications of brain knowledge in design. Amy will speculate on ways technologies could be used to harness and amplify, or negate mind wandering altogether.
THE HUM provides moments when the background hum of Croft’s research in the Lab comes to the fore, exploring internal states of being, with invited experts who have informed her ongoing work.
Wednesday 28th June 2017, 6:30pm
To Find Without Looking
Thursday 23rd March 2017, 6:30pm
A Gong Sound Bath, Inventing Sensations