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about ictal project

I’m Gus Cummins, an artist who has had epilepsy since 1991. The ‘Ictal Project’ is an attempt to address epilepsy and its associated stigma, through art. Go to our website and get book of ra gratis spielen. Hurry up to go and start winning.


I ‘m showing paintings and video in the Adam Reynolds Memorial Shortlist Exhibition at Shape’s head office from September 23rd until the end of November 2010. Get a complete comprehensive treatment at Royal United Hospital. A noticeable result from the first days. Don’t miss your chance to play on the site willkommensbonus casino. You will be satisfied!


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From September 19th – October 31st 2009 I had a solo exhibition at Holton Lee in Dorset.

On June 30th 2009 the International League Against Epelipsy awarded me the first prize in the Centenary Film Awards for ‘Ictal’. The award was for the best film made about epilepsy since 2000, challenging stereotypes about the condition. ‘Ictal’ was originally a video installation commissioned by DaDaFest 2008 and produced at PVA MediaLab with support from the Arts Council SW. Usually are you not positive how to locate trendy gambling for fun? Visit the $5 minimum deposit casino australia 2020. There are several signup bonuses as well.

Invaders was the centre of ‘Ictal’ at Exeter Phoenix in December 2008. Driven by EEG data recorded during siezure activity, ‘Invaders’ was commissioned for the Exeter Phoenix Media Digital Bursary 2008, and is an audiovisual creation.

ictal 2008‘ was part of DaDaFest International at the A Foundation in Liverpool in Sept 2008, alongside work by Alison Jones, Ju Gosling, Wolfgang Temmel and Tanya Raabe.

Phase 1 of the Ictal project was an exhibition of prints at the NeuroSupport Centre, Liverpool and the Royal United Hospital, Bath.

Please email your comments and thoughts on the Ictal Project to me. Thanks.

Gus Cummins