Julia Buntaine's artwork provides conceptual footholds for issues in neuroscience: from brain imaging, to structural organization and functional pathways, her exploration of the mind is simultaneously playful and deeply intelligent.
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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.
British artist Andrew Carnie, the focus of this month's Beautiful Brain Podcast, often creates work that is time-based in nature, involving 35mm slide projections onto complex screen configurations. Here we feature his work in an exclusive online...
In this month's podcast, Noah Hutton speaks with British artist Andrew Carnie, whose current installation at the GV Art Gallery in London uses slide projections to explore the evolving narrative of the brain.
Sam McDougle reports on the "Strangers in the Mirror" event at the 2010 World Science Festival. The event featured neurologist/author Oliver Sacks and artist Chuck Close.
Geoffrey Koetsch is an interdisciplinary artist who is interested in how new developments in neuroscience affect the way artists approach the human mind.