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The Power of The Human Brain : Illusion and Perception

Rubin Museum of Art

New York



With the aid of neuroscientists, the Rubin Museum’s Brainwave exhibit seeks to help us comprehend how the adaptability of our brains is the tool that shapes our perception of the world.

The Rubin Museum of New York City will feature the sixth edition of its Brainwave series from the 1st of February to the 26th of April, 2013. Tickets for the general public are available for purchase beginning the 15th of January.

During its three-month progression, the exhibit features presentations, an interactive workshop entitled “The Memory Palace,” Brainwave films, Cabaret Cinema, and “Lunch Matters.” The latter three items of the list are three separate film and documentary screenings. Lunch Matters is an event that is held every Wednesday at 1:00 pm, where the museum screens a short documentary followed by a moderated discussion, and the Brainwave films feature a Question and Answer session after the screening.

The tickets available for purchase in January, simply allow the buyer to attend which specific film screening or discussion they desire, but do not grant access to all events under the Brainwave series.


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