Performing Quantum Entanglement: Subtle Apparatuses for Extrasensory Affectiveness
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 5th | 5-7 p.m.
Art|Sci Gallery, 5th Floor CNSI
What does it mean to be entangled? In this experimental work, composed of three interactive video installations, Ribeiro invites us to think about ourselves and our affective dimension from a semi-material and non-local perspective.
Prof. Diane Gromala, Founding Director of the Transforming Pain Research Group (TPRG) will be exhibiting the evolving work of this team of world-class researchers. Building on an extensive knowledge base from the fields of Pain Medicine, Interactive Art & Design, Computer Science, Neuroscience and Psychophysics, the research group is developing innovative technologies to address chronic pain, a disease that affects 1 in 5 North Americans. Technologies include meditation, biofeedback, immersive Virtual Reality, visualization, robotics and social media.