• "The Emotional Brain" Takes the Museum of Communication Frankfurt: A Fusion of Art and Neuroscience

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    Exciting news for art and neuroscience enthusiasts! Following its successful run in Berlin until the end of August, our unique exhibit, "The Emotional Brain", is relocating to the Museum of Communication Frankfurt. From October 6, 2023, to August 27, 2024, residents and visitors in Frankfurt will have the opportunity to engage with this extraordinary fusion of art and neuroscience.

    Following its successful run as part of the exhibition ARGUMENTS. An Approach, our innovative exhibit, "The Emotional Brain", is on the move! This captivating fusion of art and neuroscience is making its way to the Museum of Communication Frankfurt, where it will be on display from October 6, 2023, to August 27, 2024.

    Exploring Emotions Through Argument

    At the heart of the ARGUMENTS exhibition , you'll find our captivating exhibit, "The Emotional Brain". This digital marvel takes you on a remarkable journey into the very core of human emotions, unravelling the secrets that lie within. Through interactive displays, cutting-edge technology, and artistic storytelling, 'The Emotional Brain' invites you to explore the neural landscapes that underlie our emotional reactions in various argument situations.

    With its digital brain atlas representing different human emotional states, from joy and love to sadness and fear, this exhibit offers a captivating glimpse into the brain regions involved in these emotional responses. It's an exploration of the profound connection between our feelings and the inner workings of our minds.
    It's a fusion of art and science that promises to leave you both enlightened and moved.

    Revisit ARGUMENTS. An Approach: Explore Our Previous Blogpost

    In case you missed our previous blogpost, and if you're curious to discover additional details about our exhibit, 'The Emotional Brain', as well as gain insights into the main exhibition, 'Arguments: An Approach', check out our previous blog post here. It provides a comprehensive overview of this captivating fusion of art and neuroscience, shedding light on the complex relationship between human emotions and brain function, as well as the broader theme of argumentation in human communication.

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    Don't miss the opportunity to engage with 'The Emotional Brain' at the ARGUMENTS. An Approach Exhibition. It's a unique experience that will challenge your perceptions and ignite your curiosity about the enigmatic realm of human emotions. Explore the exhibition, and let your emotions run wild!

    Stay tuned for updates and further insights into our fascinating contribution to the ARGUMENTS Exhibition. For more information and to keep track of the exhibition's journey, visit the official website here.