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Patrick Palucki is a media artist, commmunication designer and explorer of consciousness. He creates concepts of novel ways of communication and media application for emerging technologies.

He has been long active as an innovator in applications of emerging technologies with f.i. custom-made software tools to create life-visuals like a musician (2000), interactive video-installations in (public) space (2000), video-environments and video-mapping for theatrical performance (2005), ultra-high-res composite photography (2005) and EEG visualizations in VR (2014). Contentwise his output encompasses works on consciousness in the fields of semantics, (sub)cultural mythologies, cybershamanism and neuroscience. In South Asia he spent five years in participant observation at the interface of Hindu-Buddhist and shamanic wisdom traditions, ritual and performance and co-produced several intensives on this topic.

He studied media art, visual communication and design at Goldsmiths College, London and University of the Arts, Berlin. His work has been seen internationally on festivals, conferences, in single and group exhibitions and nationally in museal group exhibitions. It has been awarded with the Mandala Award of the European Institute for the Media, the Focus Award of the School of Applied Sciences Dortmund and the Special Prize of the Marler Video Art Award. Palucki also co-authored an operatic performance about climate change for the United Nations’ 60th anniversary in Asia which was performed in the conference hall of the UN headquarters in Bangkok, 2007. »

Palucki has presented at the conferences “Towards a Science of Consciousness”, Tucson, Arizona, “Science and Nonduality”, San José, California and “Transformative Technology”, Palo Alto, California. He is a member of the Neuroscience Research Group (NRG) led by Dr. Michael A.  Persinger at Lauentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.

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