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Life of a Neuron ARTECHOUSE New York

14 May 2022 — 14 Jul 2022

Take a cellular level journey through the human brain and reveal the story of a universal human experience — the story of ourselves. Life of a Neuron brings together decades of neuroscience data and research to create a cellular-level journey through the human brain. Created by ARTECHOUSE Studio in partnership with the Society for Neuroscience, this exhibition is the result of three years...

Take a cellular level journey through the human brain and reveal the story of a universal human experience — the story of ourselves. Life of a Neuron brings together decades of neuroscience data and research to create a cellular-level journey through the human brain. Created by ARTECHOUSE Studio in partnership with the Society for Neuroscience, this exhibition is the result of three years of ardent collaboration and research that reveals the story of a universal human experience. Visitors will walk into an unprecedented, real-life 3D model of a human prefrontal cortex neuron — the “thinking cell” of the brain — and see it grow from birth through death.

In addition to the Immersion Gallery installation, you can explore other technology-driven interactive artworks that cover vision, stress, addiction, and neural connectivity all at the cellular level. “What’s fascinating and revolutionary about the narrative we are telling with this groundbreaking collaboration through Life of a Neuron, is the ability to have the audience experience something that is happening inside all of us by using the latest technical tools. It’s an incredible opportunity to experience the science that we have been studying for the past 50 years in a new artistic way that speaks to the human experience,” said Sandro Kereselidze, ARTECHOUSE Founder & Chief Creative Officer.

In Life of a Neuron, science is not merely a muse to create inspirational art, but the art furthers the understanding of the science; a fitting relationship celebrating the 50th anniversary of the SfN made possible by interdisciplinary collaboration.

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ARTECHOUSE New York takes state-of-the-art exhibitions to the next level! Far from your usual museum, this immersive art experience places cutting-edge technology and science at the heart of its visitor journey, making it one of the most unique artistic destinations in New York.

Beyond just looking at the art, you'll physically become a part of it, as incredible experiential exhibitions turn theoretical physics and mind-warping math into stunning, interactive light art.

Exhibitions vary throughout the year but are always guaranteed to leave you wondering about the relationship between art and science, and the essential role of the observer in each field.

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