Eclectic Collections and Quantum Curation

Eclectic Collections
and
Quantum Curation

June 12 to June 16, 2013 at ArtZone 461 Gallery

ArtZone 461 Gallery, in collaboration with The P.e.a.c.e.1 Museum, presents a new and truly interactive experimental exhibition of works spanning a 500-year period and in the context of scientific exploration into human consciousness. The scientific aspect represents the most advanced and leading research demonstrating Psyleron consciousness sensing technology. Princeton University Anomalies Research Laboratories (PEAR Labs) has been developing the technology over the past 30 years and it has only recently been made available to the general public.

This show will mark Leo Madrid’s début as the Quantum Curator. With well over a decade of experience in the Art Industry coupled with engineering education and experience, his art is the art of curation. In addition to introducing technology into the art viewing experience, he has also developed a new approach to art valuation that functions as a hybrid of the gallery, museum & auction house platforms. His system allows for a more profound art experience by removing elements such as aggressive sales people and mysterious pricing. He calls it a Non-Competitive Bidding Platform.

This is the first exhibit in art history that features both Psyleron consciousness sensing technology and the Non-Competitive Bidding Platform. In the testing and development of his model, Madrid discovered Psyleron technology. Founded by former members of PEAR Labs, Psyleron developed hardware and software that detects special activity caused by brain waves and converts them into binary code. The code can be measured and graphically illustrated on a computer as well as directed to control electronic devices such as lighting and video game controls. The experimental component of the exhibit will commence at 6:00 pm on June 12 with the activation of the Psyleron Field REG software as part of the exhibit, which will run continuously until Sunday, June 16th. The final results will be analyzed and submitted to the International Consciousness Research Laboratory for review and posted on the ArtZone 461 website.

Starting with woodcuts from 1502 to drawing and paintings from 2009 and many things in between, the Gallery’s participation in the experiment is to select and present the many mediums in which artists’ work that will appeal to a plethora of tastes. There is no
visual theme, groups or pairing in the show, its intent is to provide an art experience that should appeal to nearly everyone while simultaneously expanding their notion of consciousness and reality. Importantly, the exhibit will showcase lamps invented by
Adam Curry that use quantum technology and are affected by human consciousness, i.e. brain waves.

We invite you to visit the Gallery to experience the exhibit and for those at a distance you can participate by downloading and reading the exhibition catalogue.

See the ECLECTIC COLLECTION  >

Special Event Reception 5-8 pm Sat June 15

 Meet Mind Lamp inventor Adam Curry

 Gallery Hours: Expanded for this special one week exhibit – 12 – 7:30 pm Wednesday-Sunday and by appointment.

1 The acronym “P.e.a.c.e.” stands for “People evolve as consciousness expands”, and refers to a working theory of the Quantum Curator that experiencing inspiration and creativity are elements that contribute to the expansion of consciousness and the neuro-scientific phenomenon of Neuro-Spontaneous Genesis [forming new brain cells].

The Psyleron Mind Lamp™ is a color-changing lamp that responds to your conscious intention i.e., brain waves.  Inside the lamp is a quantum measurement device called a random event generator that controls relative mixtures of red, green and blue LED lights, resulting in the many vibrant and dynamic colors produced by the color field.

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