Interactive Performances and installations using biomedical signals including sensors such as: BCI (Brain Computer Interface), GSR (Galvanic Skin Response), EMG (Electromyogram) and ECG (Electrocardiogram). 

Related research articles:

  • Robles-Angel C. An audiovisual experience inspired by a symbiotic relationship. In: The 2051 Munich Climate Conference
Future Visions of Climate Change. Benno Heisel, Andreas Wehrl, Theresa Spielmann and Christina Wehrl (eds.)

  • Robles-Angel C., Gernemann-Paulsen A., Seifert U. (2022) Web-Mindscape and REFLEXION – In Sync/Out of Sync –: Biofeedback and Physical Computing in Inter-active New Media Art. In: Wölfel M., Bernhardt J., Thiel S. (eds) ArtsIT, Interactivity and Game Creation. ArtsIT 2021. Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, vol 422. Springer, Cham. 3-030-95531-1_2
  • Robles-Angel, C. The Human Body as an Audiovisual Instrument. Sound and Image. Aesthetics and Practices (2020) Andrew Hill editor, Routledge. ISBN 9780367271466. 

  • Robles, C. Biofeedback and Choreography. Performative Science and Beyond, Involving the Process in Research, Hans. H. Diebner editor, Springer Verlag, 2006. pages 146 – 147. ISBN 978- 3- 211-33357-0


Première: Kubus. ZKM -Center for Art and Media

Butoh, a modern expressive dance-form developed in Japan in the 1960s, describes the cycle of birth, life and death. This is also a central theme in Claudia Robles’ artistic work.

bio-data works
SKIN Performance

SKIN is an interactive performance, in which the artist interacts with sounds and images using the GSR (Galvanic Skin Response) interface, which measures her skin’s moisture in order to create the audiovisual environment.

INsideOUT Performance
INsideOUT -Performance using an electrocephalogram and real time media.
INsideOUT Performance

This performance is about the materialization of the performer’s thoughts and feelings on the stage. In the performance, imagination becomes spatial.

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