Working in collaboration with Taylors of Harrogate to create the ‘Sound of Coffee’ – an art installation which used state-of-art neuroscience technology to give people an exclusive, real-time look inside their mind.

The live multimedia experience used a single participant, whose experience of drinking coffee was monitored by an EEG headset and their brainwaves translated into a graphical score, played live by musicians. Each multimedia happening was controlled by the individual’s unique brainwaves. It was reviewed by Daniel Tapper for Vice magazine.