On the 5th of May, Dora -a writer and geographer interested in creative digital mapping, and Amy Young -an artsy neuroscientist fascinated by neural correlates of space and place, hosted an online workshop exploring the neuroscience of spatial navigation. Their interactive discussion featured our cellular toolkit, the systems in place that encode our wayfinding ability, … Continue reading Spatial Navigation: The Art and Science of Wayfinding
Interested in showing your art at the intersection of art and science? Are you a scientist and would like communicate your research in a creative way? Our call for artists for our annual multimedia exhibition is still open until May, 31st! More info here.Exhibition dates: 13th-18th October, 2020Location: 2 contrasting locations in Berlin TBC (due … Continue reading Call for Artists open until May, 31st!
From workshops, exhibitions, consulting and more, we always have loads going on to get involved with and would like to invite YOU to our community! This year EDGE neuroscience & art e.V. became a registered association (Verein) and we are excited to be able to take on members. Some benefits of becoming a member include … Continue reading New Members Meeting 02.05 via Zoom
What is isolation inertia doing to my brain? How are spatial navigation and cognition connected? Why are members of some cultures so good at navigating without compasses or maps? How can creative wayfinding benefit us? In this interactive online workshop, we will explore the art and science of finding our way. 6-8pm May 5th, 2020 … Continue reading Creativity & Neuroscience Workshop: Spatial Navigation
Our Creativity & Neuroscience MeetUp and workshop has reached it's 1 year anniversary! We couldn't be more excited to share with you this month's ONLINE workshop with Sophie Mars... Hoping to update your software in time for spring? Looking to understand more about how your body can reprogramme your mind? Meet Sophie Mars, dance movement … Continue reading Movement and Mind Workshop
Creativity and Neuroscience : Brain Awareness Week 2020 For this months' workshop we invite everyone to experience MindDrawPlay by Georgy Zarubin – a project of experimental interactive audio-visual art. Representing translation of brain waves to drawing, graphical and musical space controls, MindDrawPlay is grown on a base of a research work in the direction of … Continue reading CANCELLED – MindDrawPlay by Georgy Zarubin
This month we are discussing the interactions between artificial intelligence, creativity, and art-making, with particular reference to music. Valerio Velardo from Melodrive will present a short presentation on AI-based art, and participants can try out the VR artistic experience device KanTor, which uses AI-music generation. More about Melodrive: http://www.melodrive.com on Monday, December, 9th 6 – … Continue reading Creativity and Neuroscience: Melodies from the (Computer)Mind
For this month's edition of our Creativity and Neuroscience meetup at >top in Schillerkiez, we had a film screening of Hermann Vaske’s thought-provoking film “Why are we Creative?” For nigh on 90 minutes, the director took us on a travel through time and space (30 years all over the globe) to hear directly from the … Continue reading Recap Creativity and Neuroscience Workshop: Film Screening Why Are We Creative?
Join us for the October edition of our meetup and workshop on Creativity and Neuroscience. This time we will be screening WHY ARE WE CREATIVE?. on Wednesday, October, 23rd 6 - 9pm >top, Schillerpromenade 4, 12049 Berlin-Neukölln For over 30 years director Hermann Vaske filmed the world’s most intriguing artists and thinkers posing the question: … Continue reading Creativity and Neuroscience Workshop: Film Screening Why Are We Creative?
In our Creativity and Neuroscience Workshop: Art Therapy and the Psyche, we explored as a group the budding field of art therapy as a perspective on art and psychiatry. Dr. Michelle Ann Meredyth Stewart held a talk on the topic, which launched a lively discussion, and was followed by exercises exploring different techniques currently used … Continue reading Recap: Art Therapy and the Psyche