Why do we feel like everything is not okay? As if our brains weren't built for our current world, and we're never quite in control of our own minds. What can we do to feel better?
This groundbreaking hybrid performance work merges cutting-edge neuroscientific research with an immersive algorithmic soundscape, taking you deep within yourself on an extraordinary tour of your brain and autonomic nervous system. Part lecture, part concert, part downtown performance art happening—come ready for a participatory experience that will leave you invigorated, enlightened, and armed with practical tools to tame the ancient animal inside.
Darcy Kelley, Harold Weintraub Professor of Biological Sciences, Columbia University
Ursula Kwong-Brown, composer and new media artist
This event, co-developed by Director and Sound Designer Danny Erdberg, is hosted by the Presidential Scholars in Society and Neuroscience program as part of the Seminars in Society and Neuroscience series and supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
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