Sleuthing the Mind

Sleuthing the Mind

Pratt Institute

Kurt Hentschläger, HIVE (detail), 2011. 3D-animated audiovisual installation.
September 3, 2014
Sleuthing the Mind

September 17–November 5, 2014

Opening reception: Tuesday, September 16, 6–8pm
Special performance of Axial Music by George Quasha and Charles Stein, 7pm

Pratt Manhattan Gallery
144 West 14th Street, second floor
New York, NY 10011
Hours: Monday–Saturday 11am–6pm,
Thursdays 11am–8pm

T +1 212 647 7778
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Through video, performance, human-computer interface, virtual reality, and traditional artistic approaches, this exhibition explores the mind’s many facets, presenting an expanded field of artistic practice informed by neuroscience.

Susan Aldworth, Jennifer Bornstein, Hans Breder, Robert Buck, Jim Campbell, Suzanne Dikker and Matthias Oostrik, Gregory Garvey, Kurt Hentschläger, Nene Humphrey, Ellen K. Levy and Michael E. Goldberg, Mike Metz, Warren Neidich, Patricia Olynyk, Nicole Ottiger, Jane Philbrick, Jill Scott

Special performance by George Quasha and Charles Stein

Curated by Ellen K. Levy, PhD, artist, Special IDSVA Advisor on the Arts and Sciences, former CAA President (2004–2006)

Panel discussion: “Art, Design, and the Cognitive Shift”
Wednesday, October 8, 6:30pm
Room 213 (adjacent to the gallery)

Moderated by Ellen K. Levy, with panelists Paola Antonelli, Senior Curator, Department of Architecture and Design, Museum of Modern Art; Suzanne Dikker, artist and research scientist, New York University and Utrecht University; and Gregory Garvey, Director of Game Design & Development, Quinnipiac University.

Free and open to the public. Seating is limited; RSVP required to [email protected].


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