“Brilliant Mind” is published in Consilience Journal!

The Science The human mind is a truly beautiful and elusive concept. Despite considerable progress in neuroscience research, we still cannot quite explain where our mind is and what it looks like. I created the “Brilliant Mind” by taking schematic images of the human brain from the Allen Brain Atlas and portraying them as beaded... Continue Reading →

Long term art projects or quick wins?

A few days ago I came across this tweet. How timely! https://twitter.com/IndigenousBeads/status/1324073763101618176?s=20 I have always been a single project artist. Only a few months ago I started noticing that a lot of people that I follow on Instagram work on multiple projects at once. I started thinking that although it may interrupt the sense of... Continue Reading →

My new brain art project is off to the races!

With the exception of "The Brain Project", which showed the amazing connectedness of the human nervous system, I have spent the last few months fiddling around with some small home decor art projects while incubating the next big SciArt idea.  Then I spent another month thinking of the engineering logistics needed to put it together. ... Continue Reading →

The Brain Project – I am finally allowed to share it!

The contest "The Yogen Früz Brain Project [is] a city-wide Toronto art exhibit, [and] is celebrating its fifth year with exciting, thought-provoking works of art that raise awareness about brain health and critical funding for research at Baycrest for Alzheimer’s and related dementias." Earlier this year, my proposal got accepted to "The Brain Project" by... Continue Reading →

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