Resounding Seizures
  • Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth University

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ICCMR post-graduate research student Alan D Miles used electrical brain signals recorded during epileptic seizures to compose Resounding Seizures. A cinematic piece of electronic music, the composition attempts to capture and explore the experiences of epilepsy.

Sunday 4 March
15:30
Theatre 1
Free admission, booking advised

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Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival 2018: Decoding Life

The Decoding Life is the theme of Peninsula Arts Contemporary Music Festival (PACMF) 2018, which celebrates the internationally renowned research combining music, engineering and the life sciences developed at Plymouth University‚Äôs Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR).

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