Shama Rahman is an artist, creative technologist, scientist and inter-disciplinarian practitioner. She has an interdisciplinary PhD researching the ‘Complex Neuroscientific Systems of Creative Cognition’, and her work has encompassed cross-sensory science and the use of wearable technology to enhance storytelling. She is the co-author of a book chapter ‘Multidisciplinary Contributions to the Science of Creative Thinking’ and ‘NeuroDesign Live’. She is a researcher at UAL and the Hasso-Plattner Institute.
She is a professional actor and musician. She was the first Sitarist Explorer to perform in Antarctica on the first ever Antarctic Biennale and was the lead of South East Asia’s first supernatural detective 24-part drama thriller. Her multi-disciplinary practice has led her to be the Artistic Director of the Art/Science creative production agency Jugular Productions, producing interdisciplinary shows, salons, installations, immersive experiences and games. Bringing together this extensive knowledge and work she founded NeuroCreate – using AI and Neuroscience in a symbiotic digital design to enhance human creativity, performance and wellbeing. NeuroCreate helps accelerate you to reach Flow; a mental state which improves wellbeing, creative productivity, and mental flexibility.