Slices of life I (2010)

Slices of Life (2010)  New medical technologies such as MRI scans allow us to look inwards and capture the anatomy and interior experience that takes place with emotions, which cannot be captured by a photographic camera.  The images of the brain in Slices of Life are based on Dr Simon Surguladze research at King’s College London. They show brain activity in response to signals of happiness and sadness. Slices of Life was the runner-up in the Brain Art Competition organised by the Neurobureau 2011.

Slices of Life (2010) New medical technologies such as MRI scans allow us to look inwards and capture the anatomy and interior experience that takes place with emotions, which cannot be captured by a photographic camera. The images of the brain in Slices of Life are based on Dr Simon Surguladze research at King’s College London. They show brain activity in response to signals of happiness and sadness. Slices of Life was the runner-up in the Brain Art Competition organised by the Neurobureau 2011.

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