1. Ellen Esrock: Touching Words & Images

    50:52

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    Rensselaer professor Ellen Esrock researches the effect that our sense of touch, temperature, body position, and pain has on our perceptions of visual art and literature. In this talk, she explores…

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    • Randy Martin: Dance and Finance—Social Kinesthetics and Derivative Logics

      01:05:20

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      In this commissioned talk, New York University professor Randy Martin will link the movement of capital within financial markets to the history of dance. Made in response to Bureau de l'APA’s La Jeune-Fille…

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      • Alva Noë: See Me if You Can! Art and the Limits of Neuroscience

        01:18:18

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        New ways of thinking about the nature of visual consciousness allow us to reconsider art and its place in our lives. In this lecture, Alva Noë, a leading figure in cognitive science, will argue that…

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        • Deville Cohen: Residencies In Depth

          02:26

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          Deville Cohen talks with Assistant Curator Emily Zimmerman about his work in development, Zero, in Studio 1 at EMPAC. Deville Cohen's most recent work, ZERO, is inspired in part by the television…

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          • Ed Osborn: Residencies In Depth

            10:10

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            Ed Osborn's sound art pieces take many forms including installation, sculpture, radio, video, performance, and public projects. His works combine a visceral sense of space, aurality, and motion with…

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            • Ryan + Trevor Oakes Talk: The Periphery of Perception

              01:07:22

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              Ryan and Trevor Oakes have held a lifelong conversation about the nature of visual perception, resulting in a complex new method for drawing reality. In this panel discussion, writer Damien James…

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