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complex brain: spreading arbor


complex brain:spreading arbor was shown at the British Association Science Festival and at Kings College London in 2004







complex brain:spreading arbor includes two data projectors projecting two videos simultaneously sitting on turntables rotating in opposite directions onto a circular double layered screen of voile between eight and ten meters in diameter






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Complex Brain; Spreading Arbour. 2004. Andrew worked on this project with the neurologist Dr Richard Wingate, of the Developmental Neurology Department, Kings College, London. Together they created a time based video work based on the development and changes in the growing brain; looking specifically at the migration of neurones out of the brain and into the body. The work uses two video projectors circling around a double-layered 8-meter circular voile screen in opposing directions to project the animated drawings of the neurones streaming through the body. A Wellcome Trust Medicine In Society Award funded this work. The work is 25 minutes in duration. This work was first shown at British Association Festival Of Science, Exeter, in 2003. The exhibition included the works Magic Forest and Calcium Caving.





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