Idan Segev, Professor of Computational Neuroscience at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, also has a keen interest in interdisciplinary dialogues: he served as editor of a special edition of the journal Frontiers recently dedicated exclusively to...
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Ahead of an art/brain panel discussion this week in Brooklyn, NY, Noah Hutton presents an outline of the current state of the dialogue between the arts and brain sciences, with three major lines of inquiry apparent.
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."
Greg Dunn is a visual artist and has a Ph.D in neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania. It's not so easy to tell at first glance whether Dunn is painting a branching pattern of a plant or that of a neuron. But maybe that's the point.
Yaron Steinberg has created an installation to show how he imagines his brain. We know about the neurons, the synapses, the neurotransmitters, and some of us have had the privilege of seeing these in person, under the disconcertingly objective lens...
Elizabeth Jameson found her art when her own brain lost one of its most basic functions. We are proud to feature an online gallery of some of her brand new works.