Posts Tagged 'art'

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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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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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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CREW: 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 have

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CREW: 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 have

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Open Mind: Imagination sparks Movement

Moving by the power of imagination This year, Pavlov E-Lab again presents itself at an extraordinary location. In the latest edition of the project entitled Open Mind, artists and scientists jointly investigate the way in which the power of imagination can

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Open Mind: Imagination sparks Movement

Moving by the power of imagination This year, Pavlov E-Lab again presents itself at an extraordinary location. In the latest edition of the project entitled Open Mind, artists and scientists jointly investigate the way in which the power of imagination can

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Exploring data

I participated in a collaboration between artists and scientists organized by Pavlov E-lab in 2012. The team consisted of Professor of Neuromechanics and Prosthetics Bert Otten,  PhD student in Cognitive Neuroscience Barbara Nordhjem, filmmaker Dinanda Luttikhedde from Peergroup, visual artist Michael Horsham

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Exploring data

I participated in a collaboration between artists and scientists organized by Pavlov E-lab in 2012. The team consisted of Professor of Neuromechanics and Prosthetics Bert Otten,  PhD student in Cognitive Neuroscience Barbara Nordhjem, filmmaker Dinanda Luttikhedde from Peergroup, visual artist Michael Horsham

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Thinking about action

I participated in a collaboration between artists and scientists organized by Pavlov E-lab in 2012. The team consisted of Professor of Neuromechanics and Prosthetics Bert Otten,  PhD student in Cognitive Neuroscience Barbara Nordhjem, filmmaker Dinanda Luttikhedde from Peergroup, visual artist Michael Horsham

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Thinking about action

I participated in a collaboration between artists and scientists organized by Pavlov E-lab in 2012. The team consisted of Professor of Neuromechanics and Prosthetics Bert Otten,  PhD student in Cognitive Neuroscience Barbara Nordhjem, filmmaker Dinanda Luttikhedde from Peergroup, visual artist Michael Horsham

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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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