“This Bødy Hacking performance was developed in collaboration with Theoriz Studio to create a visual and audible manifestation of Lukas’ vital physiological processes as his body responds to his actual performance in real-time.
 By controlling his heart rate, breathing and alpha-wave brain patterns he is able to trigger and modify fractal algorithms which produce a complete audio-visual output. Lukas’ involuntary autonomous body responses to stress provide the basic material for the experience which you see projected, but the transformation of these images and sounds into something “other” is a result of his consciously influencing those vital responses through focusing in a meditative state and willfully changing them.
 The images and sounds produce a singular art-piece which is a metaphor for the physical and psychic experience of the performer”

   DAVID NELSON, Mad Max Fury Road visual effects supervisor


 “Heir of the body art movement and pioneer of an avant garde of the genre, Lukas Zpira, essayist, film director and photographer, began to include in his practice since the late nineties new technologies such as subcutaneous implants.
 Founder of bødy hacktivism, the French artist began to focus on the various problematics of the connected and the alienated body early on in his career. Remotely controlled body, modern flesh puppet dominated by the pressure of information and omnipresence of control technologies and contemporary communications.”




email : infos@danseneurale.tech


Project supervisor : David Chanel
Digital Art : Theoriz
Hardware Developper : Rémi Cambuzat
Software Developper : Charly Charly
With the support of Ardenome , ADN Mag and Theoriz Studio