Research

Faces in Motion: Embodiment, Emotion and Interaction

Together with Jan Klug and Bert Otten, I wrote an article about the (e)motion installation. It has been accepted for publication by Leonardo and you can read the preliminary version here. Abstract We humans express what we think and feel by

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Faces in Motion: Embodiment, Emotion and Interaction

Together with Jan Klug and Bert Otten, I wrote an article about the (e)motion installation. It has been accepted for publication by Leonardo and you can read the preliminary version here. Abstract We humans express what we think and feel by

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Sensorium of the Animals kick-off

I was invited to participate in the kick-off of ‘Sensorium of the Animals’ at the Critical Media Lab at Academy of Art and Design in Basel. It is an artistic research project exploring the possibilities of altering the human senses.

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Sensorium of the Animals kick-off

I was invited to participate in the kick-off of ‘Sensorium of the Animals’ at the Critical Media Lab at Academy of Art and Design in Basel. It is an artistic research project exploring the possibilities of altering the human senses.

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Studium Generale

I was part of the lecture series about human vision at Studium Generale in Groningen. Together with Esther Polak, I did a lecture about the cross-pollination between art and science. Other talks included Visual Illusions by Whee Ky Ma, Perception

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Studium Generale

I was part of the lecture series about human vision at Studium Generale in Groningen. Together with Esther Polak, I did a lecture about the cross-pollination between art and science. Other talks included Visual Illusions by Whee Ky Ma, Perception

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Talk show

How often do you get to present your research together with a large owl, Dutch politicians and a guy dressed like a sausage? I was interviewed about optical illusions and the brain by speed-talking host Bram Douwes on the talk

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Talk show

How often do you get to present your research together with a large owl, Dutch politicians and a guy dressed like a sausage? I was interviewed about optical illusions and the brain by speed-talking host Bram Douwes on the talk

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Moving faces – a lecture about art and science

I had the pleasure of talking about emotions, embodied cognition and how the (e)motion installation was created as a collaboration between artists and scientists. Presentation at Science Acts, 8th of May 2014, Aa-church in Groningen. How do we read emotions?

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Moving faces – a lecture about art and science

I had the pleasure of talking about emotions, embodied cognition and how the (e)motion installation was created as a collaboration between artists and scientists. Presentation at Science Acts, 8th of May 2014, Aa-church in Groningen. How do we read emotions?

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Quest – Optical illusions

I was interviewed for Quest magazine about optical illusions. Download pdf here 

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Quest – Optical illusions

I was interviewed for Quest magazine about optical illusions. Download pdf here 

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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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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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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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