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.
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Inside their intricate worlds, Megan McGlynn's sculptures hint at the complexity, functionality, and organizational principles of minds.
"Subjective Resonance Imaging" was an international group gallery show co-organized by The Beautiful Brain and The Neuro Bureau for the 2013 Human Brain Mapping conference in Seattle, June 16-20, 2013, featuring the work of 12 artists.
Michele Guerra is Assistant Professor of Cinema at the University of Parma (Italy), where he conducts cognitive science research into cinema, alongside Vittorio Gallese.
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...
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.