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...
Tag - art
A debate at NYU examined whether understanding the neural underpinnings of aesthetic experience can reshape our conceptions of aesthetics and the arts.
Noah Hutton reviews a neuroscience-infused multimedia art exhibition at Pratt Manhattan Gallery, curated by Ellen K. Levy.
Top scientists and philosophers working at the intersection of art and neuroscience gathered in New York City for the 2014 International Association of Empirical Aesthetics summit.
A recent symposium presented by Columbia and NYU explored what happens in our brain when we're at rest, and why those same brain regions are crucial when we view art.
Inside their intricate worlds, Megan McGlynn's sculptures hint at the complexity, functionality, and organizational principles of minds.