Originally on display as part of the London Brain Project's exhibition at London's Lumen URC Gallery.
With thanks to Samantha Chan and Cleo Chevalier-Riffard.
Using signals from EEG data that have been filtered and transposed to audible levels, these sonifications have been taken from 3 different time points during a nocturnal seizure. The sonified data is a representation of what the brain activity might sound like if we were able to hear it in real time.
After sonification, musicians Andrew Tuerslery, Hee Chang Yang, and LSE interpreted each time point. Listen to hear the chaotic nature of different seizures.