I'm going to present two things at the beginning of this session to open the discussion. The first thing is a presentation that summarizes the key concepts of my master's thesis "The Concept of Universal Language(2020)". In this thesis, I did interdisciplinary research across realms such as philosophy, mythology, neuroscience, and computer science to propose a hypothetical universal language powered by the modern BCI technology that in the end resembles filmmaking. The second part of my presentation will be a live demonstration of my interactive installation "Siro (2020)" in collaboration with programmer and artist Conor Byron. "Siro" is a digital mirror of the participant's brain-activities (EEG). The participant can interact with the live image and sound by putting on an EEG headset and control her own thoughts.