Edward Cunneen 是一位聲音藝術家和工程師，在亞利桑那州鳳凰城生活和工作。他的工作重點是生物傳感技術的創造性和治療應用。他廣泛從事腦電圖技術的工作，並在全球範圍內舉辦了 EEG 接口和數位信號處理研討會。從概念上講，他的工作側重於外部和內部以人類為中心的空間之間的不協調和轉移，以及後人類技術的投機未來。他感興趣的是我們的物種（人類）能夠，且應該，與我們不斷加速的數位世界以及被人類中心主義破壞的事物產生關系。他最近受到了臺灣國立工藝研究發展中心的幫助，用於開發光譜分析工具，以更好地理解康普茶文化中的非人類智能，並展示了通過傳統工藝解釋的腦電圖數據的工作，以嘗試連接尖端數據採集具有原住民文化和自然世界的工具。
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 indigenous cultures and the natural world.