For more on art and the brain, go to "The Woven Brain," a series of weavings executed in 1999:http://www.dmoma.org/lobby/collection/w_logan_fry/woven_brain/woven_brain.html
and the "Brain Scan Movies," a current project:http://www.dmoma.org/lobby/movies/brain_scan/brain_scan_about.html
New audio and sound tracks for the brain scan movies may be submitted to:firstname.lastname@example.org
See link from above page for details.
#3 will launch its new website at Artist Space on
> Tuesday, Dec. 13th from 6-9 p.m.. Artist Space is located at 35 Green
> Street. Admission is free.
> Artbrain.org#3 was created in 2000 by co-founders Warren Neidich and
> Nathalie Angles, as a site for works of visual art, film, writing,
> architecture whose ideas are in the territory of perception, cognition
> and cultural studies.
> Nathalie Angles is currently at Location 1 where she developed the
> International Residency Program. After completing the curatorial
> internship at the Ecole du Magasin, CNAC Grenoble she went on to work
> on curatorial projects at Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts
> and the Union Centrale des Arts Decoratifs, Paris before moving to New
> York in 2000.
> Warren Neidich is currently an artist and fellow at the Center for
> Cognition, Computation and Culture at Goldsmiths College. His work has
> been shown internationally at such places as the ICA, London, PS1,
> Long Island City and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
> For more information contact: Stefania Heim at Artists Space
> (212)-226-3970 EXT. 306 or Liz Webster at Pointed Leaf Press (212)