Mind Mine is an ambitious attempt to understand complex neurological principles, through the construction of a huge two-storey installation. Developed and created by artists Harriet Murray and Neil Taylor in collaboration with scientist Elaine Beattie, Lecturer in Biopsychology at Goldsmith College, this labyrinthine installation dismantles brain functioning faster than physical thoughts travel through neural canals.
Mind Mine is the culmination of a three month collaboration project working with over 100 participants, exploring ways of communicating brain cell functioning, neurological concepts, and the way these affect our decision-making, and emotional stability. Like the wiring inside your new computer, that handles your software and hardcore, the electrical signals processing our thoughts are continually strengthening or abandoning neural pathways. As this process gets hard wired and we become actors to an electro chemical matrix, what choices do we have in this evolution?
Opening times: Saturday / Sunday 12 - 5pm . Mon - Fri 10 - 5pm by appointment.
Location: Campbell Works, 27 Belfast Road, London, N16 6UN
Entrance is free
Assisting project artist and animations by Mafj Alvarez
Video Editing by Sarah Willmott