Environmental participation, performance, and installation event created for Automation House, New York, NY involving brain signals of up to ten participants controlling electronic processing and mixing of music played by keyboard performers along with electronic phosphene stimulators creating group dynamic, bio–electronic encounter situations for performers and audience members.
Documented in video, a news conference for New York media, and the book: Rosenboom, D. (ed.). (1975). Biofeedback and the arts: results of early experiments. Vancouver: Aesthetic Research Centre of Canada. [Distributed by Frog Peak Music, Hanover, NH.]