An exhibition explores the materiality and actions of measuring the brain.

Going as far back as DaVinci and the Renaissance, if not earlier, science and art have mingled to create new bodies of work, which is precisely what we see in the new exhibition Brainwaves, an exhibition that uses the act of measuring brain activity — it's associated sounds, machinery and logic–as source material for artistic exploration. Deemed largely as an exploration into sound, art and science, the works tackle the internal structures of the brains as much as the materials that measure it.

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