“Anthropologists are widely thought of as unorthodox investigators of strange and mysterious people, willing to forgo the comforts of civilization for the romance of distant simplicity.”
An old an romantic view of who is an anthropologist. But lets play with it and flip it around a bit.
… is witty, irreverent look at the world through scientists eyes with Brian Cox and Robin Ince.
Beautiful installation inspired by the ash cloud that Iceland’s volcano once poured over Europe, Joanie Lemercier, from AntiVJ.
“I can play with the brain and mess up visual perception”
Next collage up on the channel, this time the thoughts wonder through audiovisual creativity.
That other people might have other beliefs and viewpoints than our own might seem something obvious, yet as social beings we re-learn it, ponder upon, struggle with and even fight against it throughout our lives and throughout the ages. This capacity to think about others’ minds, is something we cognitively learn. Neuroscientists have located a region in the brain, just behind your right ear, where the cognitive process, dealing with the shifting, is going on. In her interesting talk “How we read each other’s minds”, Rebecca Saxe talks about the development of this ability and its implications.
This research has a mind of its own and is growing new limbs and new angles – an audiovisual collage project is taking shape.
Soon after the disturbances in Madrid on the 25th of September, the Spanish television channel La Sexta rerun an episode of Salvados, a documentary series by El Terrat. First aired in April this year, the episode titled “Poli bueno, poli malo“, ‘good cop, bad cop’, talks about the image, or rather images, of the police … Read more