WAVECRAFT: Two pioneers of EEG and their world

90 years ago Hans Berger discovered the brain’s ‘alpha’ rhythm. A decade later William Grey Walter set up the first EEG lab in the UK before becoming a leading light in the field. This exhibition tells their story, through made and found objects and images, archive material and text. This exhibition was curated by Ken Barrett, and was held in Queen Square Library May-July 2018, and RSM Library August-November 2018. Please see exhibition handout and exhibition booklet for further information. See also Brainland podcast: BRAINWAVES: Hans Berger and the discovery of the EEG.