This article was originally written for SciArt Magazine. It is reprinted here in full. Like a once-perfect couple drifting apart, art and science are still trying to speak to one another in new ways. As two of the more prominent fractions of the...
Category - Reviews
Noah Hutton reviews a neuroscience-infused multimedia art exhibition at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, curated by Ellen K. Levy.
Noah Hutton reviews The Deconstructive Theatre Project's recent production of The Orpheus Variations. In its innovative blend of live projection and constantly shifting scenery, the play was a fascinating reflection of the constant...
Ben Ehrlich reviews Jonathan Gottschall's new book, "The Storytelling Animal," whose main idea is a magical one: we are Homo fictus-- fiction fiends-- creatures of an imaginative realm called Neverland, "where we ramble in make believe."
Visual art and neuroscience are stitched together in a new gallery show in New York City at MUSECPMI, and the results are a mixed bag of intriguing syntheses and frustrating shortcomings. Noah reviews "Seeing Ourselves."
Charles Butter's new book "Crossing Cultural Borders: Universals in Art and Their Biological Roots" is an art historical study of the human impulse to create, seen through the lens of perceptual neuroscience.