Edward Cunneen is a Sound Artist and Engineer living and working in Phoenix, Arizona. His work focuses on the creative and therapeutic applications of biosensing technologies. He has worked extensively with electroencephalogram technologies, and has given workshops on EEG interfaces and digital signal processing globally. Conceptually his work focuses on the dissonance and transfer between external and internal anthropocentric spaces, as well as speculative futures of posthuman technologies. He is interested in what our species can, and should, become in relation to our ever accelerating digital world, as well as the disruption of anthropocentrism. He recently received a grant from Taiwan's Nation Textile and Craft Research Institute to develop spectral analysis tools to better understand non-human intelligence in kombucha cultures, as well as presented work on EEG data interpreted via traditional crafts in an attempt to connect cutting edge data acquisition tools with the natural world.