Vision - IMAGE and the BRAIN

Scientific symposium

WORK DATA

Category:
EVENT (collection)
Type:
conference
Creation Date:
2002-10-19 - 2002-10-20
Description:
Symposium on the connections between the visual arts and brain research. The invited lecturers are the highest representatives of world renown of the neuronal (anatomical, physiological), behavioral (neurological, psychophysical) and theoretical (philosophical) approaches of brain research, and they are bound together by their common interest touching upon the background of the nervous system as it relates to the creative process. Alongside the scientific researchers, eminent representatives of the sphere of art and the humanities will also take part in the conference.

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Original Title (Hungarian):
Látás - AGY ÉS KÉP
Original Subtitle:
Tudományos szimpózium
Location:
Budapest, Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle
Part of Collection:
Works in this Collection:
 
TITLE PERSON TYPE CREATION DATE
still A Neurocognitive and Evolutionary Approach to Art Jean-Pierre Changeux
presentation
2002-10-20
still A Time-Continuous Cognitive System Hans H. Diebner,
Peter Weibel
presentation
2002-10-19
still An Interface without a Medium Siegfried Zielinski
presentation
2002-10-19
still Attention! Active Vision Zoltán Vidnyánszky
presentation
2002-10-20
still Capturing Time: From E. J. Marey to Modern Neuroscience Ilona Kovács
presentation
2002-10-20
still Concluding Discussion - IMAGE and the BRAIN Ivan Ladislav Galeta
discussion
2002-10-20
still Images of Vision Nicholas Wade
presentation
2002-10-19
still Jan Evangelista Purkinje and the Emergence of Neuroscience, Modern Art and New Media Jaroslav Andel
presentation
2002-10-20
still Putting Illusions in Their Place Richard Gregory
presentation
2002-10-19
still Seeing and Doing: Why Vision is More than Perception Melvyn A. Goodale
presentation
2002-10-20
still The Vision of the Ancestors - Object and Shape Representation in Palaeolithic Cave Art Gyula Kovács
presentation
2002-10-19
still The “Monument of an Instant”: The Portrayal of Central and Peripheral Vision in the Work of the Italian "Impressionist" Sculptor Medardo Rosso David Melcher,
Francesca Bacci
presentation
2002-10-20
still Vision, Visual Imagery, Art and Brain Balázs Gulyás
presentation
2002-10-19