Over the past several decades, scientists in a number of different countries have reached the same conclusion: the left side of the brain is responsible for logic and analysis and is dominant among most people. Our thoughts, actions and decisions are most often impacted by the left side of the brain while the right side of the brain (that is often referred to as having the dada or fluxus function), is associated with creativity and is considered to be of less importance than the analytical part.
Scientists in Iceland, in collaboration with the Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Center, have created a complex motor, sensory, neurolinguistic and neurovisual sinchronization system for the right and left sides of the brain. The process generates the creative activation of the right side of the brain, its electrification and conversion into a creative and previsual “plasma”. The system takes the oscillations of neocreative activities and synchretisizes, sinthetisizes as well as revisualizes them.
The main feature of the system is that it can be used not only on children or artists, whose dada side of the brain is activated, but on anyone having even a bit of a brain and some imagination (in some cases even on primates or animals with intelligence.)
In simple terms, the ABAJONAS ABAMECUS system reacts to the creative and bioesoteric potential of each individual’s work of art, which, in conjunction with the system, is read and converted into an audio and visual sequence of protocreative cluster substances. Anyone standing by can watch it happen.