On a blustery Tuesday early morning earlier this thirty day period, 9 College of Houston college students and their professor, Jose L. Contreras-Vidal, ventured out on to “Color Subject,” a sprawling on-campus maze of substantial-scale sculptures by 7 modern day artists. The exhibition winds from Wilhelmina’s Grove in the Arts District to regions bordering the Ezekiel W. Cullen Constructing, Butler Plaza and Lynn Eusan Park.
Every person in tow wore two distinctive equipment: a black, mobile mind-body imaging headset and a encounter mask. The latter is for wellbeing and basic safety good reasons in accordance with recent COVID-19 guidelines one particular college student dropped out from the excursion following coming in call with a person who examined beneficial for coronavirus. The former helped the remaining 9 individuals document their mind waves as they contemplated and interacted with “Color Field.” Hand-held sensible tablets illustrated and interpreted their mind activity in real-time.