Author Archives: bnordhjem

Presenting at ECVP

Making sense of noisy visual input: interactions between lateral and medial ventral brain regions associated with object recognition Barbara Nordhjem, Anne Marthe Meppelink, Branislava Ćurčić-Blake, Remco Renken, Bauke M. de Jong, Klaus L. Leenders, Teus van Laar, Frans W. Cornelissen

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Presenting at ECVP

Making sense of noisy visual input: interactions between lateral and medial ventral brain regions associated with object recognition Barbara Nordhjem, Anne Marthe Meppelink, Branislava Ćurčić-Blake, Remco Renken, Bauke M. de Jong, Klaus L. Leenders, Teus van Laar, Frans W. Cornelissen

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Night of Art and Science Groningen

The scientific installation “(e)motion” shows you funny faces of yourself you had no idea you would ever pull. When you’re looking into a mirror or camera, you will probably pull a serious face or give a fake smile, but throughout

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Night of Art and Science Groningen

The scientific installation “(e)motion” shows you funny faces of yourself you had no idea you would ever pull. When you’re looking into a mirror or camera, you will probably pull a serious face or give a fake smile, but throughout

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The “where” and the “what” of bistable perception

How your brain decides what you see – again and again Barbara Nordhjem, 29th November 2011. Look at the figures and try if you can see them change. Ambiguous figures like the well-known Necker cube and Rubin vase can be experienced

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The “where” and the “what” of bistable perception

How your brain decides what you see – again and again Barbara Nordhjem, 29th November 2011. Look at the figures and try if you can see them change. Ambiguous figures like the well-known Necker cube and Rubin vase can be experienced

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Sublime Void

The darkest painting in the word is a small square made of carbon nano tubes. Hostage pt. 1 by Frederik de Wilde absorbs nearly all surrounding light while reflecting almost nothing back. I had a talk over morning coffee with

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Sublime Void

The darkest painting in the word is a small square made of carbon nano tubes. Hostage pt. 1 by Frederik de Wilde absorbs nearly all surrounding light while reflecting almost nothing back. I had a talk over morning coffee with

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Penetrating deeper into the temporal lobe

I am always looking for art that messes with your mind and tricks your senses. The performance Terra Nova by Crew starts out as a perverted experiment with the audience as guinea pigs. In other words, I feel like I

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Penetrating deeper into the temporal lobe

I am always looking for art that messes with your mind and tricks your senses. The performance Terra Nova by Crew starts out as a perverted experiment with the audience as guinea pigs. In other words, I feel like I

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Visuals for Kiloton

I sometimes create (live) visuals under the name Plasmarella. Here is a video I made for the beautiful album Language Lost by Kiloton. The tracks are also available as free MP3s from uhrlaut.com The first half of the video is made by me followed

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Visuals for Kiloton

I sometimes create (live) visuals under the name Plasmarella. Here is a video I made for the beautiful album Language Lost by Kiloton. The tracks are also available as free MP3s from uhrlaut.com The first half of the video is made by me followed

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