WE CREATE EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCES ON PURPOSE
Founded in 2017, Purple Emotion, a socially-conscious and cutting-edge live events company, driven by innovation in immersive experiences and technology.
We create experiences that connect audiences with their full emotional spectrum by integrating the latest findings in neuroscientific research and cutting-edge technology, to shift their perception of reality through immersive experiences of contemporary art, theatre, and music.
Our team comprises of a global collective of artists, creatives, researchers, and enthusiasts from many backgrounds including arts, events, music, technology and film production.
WE CONNECT AUDIENCES WITH
THEIR EMOTIONAL SPECTRUM
WE WANT TO STIMULATE MINDS AND HEARTS
Our mission is to inspire humanity by exploring the depths and nuances of our thoughts and our emotions through innovative experiences of art and music, in the pursuit of greater consciousness and wellbeing.
HUMAN DECISIONS ARE NOT LOGICAL BUT IN FACT EMOTIONAL
Yet our emotions are actually cognitive states created from the gathering of information.
Steered by this fascination, we're inspired to engage the full spectrum of human emotions within our events.
This will help further define what drives us, empower better communication and empathy, and help facilitate the powerful impact that art and music can have on our wellbeing.
"An emotion happens very quickly; feelings are responses to the environment combined with our thoughts, interpretations, or inner beliefs about the situation."
— The Neuroscience of Emotions, WellBeing.Org
"The differences between emotional and non-emotional states are the kinds of inputs that are processed by a general cortical network of cognition, a network essential for conscious experiences."
— Professor Joseph LeDoux, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
"Only through a comparative approach that encompasses work at the molecular, cellular, systems, and cognitive levels will we be able to comprehend what emotions do, (and) how the brain shapes their development."
— Ralph Adolphs and David L. Anderson, The Neuroscience of Emotion