‘Brainstorms: A Great Gig in the Sky’ will take up residency at London’s biggest immersive art venue Frameless, this June and will shine a light on the powerful relationship between music and the mind.

Set against the backdrop of Pink Floyd tunes from the highly-celebrated 1973 album ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’, visitors will embark on a multisensory journey through four immersive galleries showcasing stunning visualisations of brain activity in response to music. From mesmerising cloud formations to mystical auroras, the experience is designed to envelop Pink Floyd fans in the music like never before. 

Running on Friday and Saturday evenings in June 2024 for over 18s only as part of the popular Frameless Lates afterhours programme, the experience is a joint venture between San Francisco-based creative studio Pollen Music Group and Richard Wright Music Limited which brings to life the results of a research project titled ‘Brainstorms’ conducted last autumn in which individuals had their brain activity recorded while listening to the iconic Pink Floyd track ‘The Great Gig in the Sky’. The EEG readings of brain activity reflect the participant’s excitement, interest, relaxation and stress felt whilst listening to the track. 

Tickets to Brainstorms: A Great Gig in the Sky are priced from £30 and go on sale on Friday 26th April at 9am. A strictly limited number of VIP tickets will be available to book a brain data capture experience, in which members of the public will be able to experience their brain activity visualised into bespoke cloud formations, projected into Frameless’ reimagined ‘Cloud Gallery’. Each participant will also receive a personalised memento of their brain’s emotional journey through the music.

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