Boston Cyberarts 2005 Festival Event

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Fri 04/22/2005 - Sun 05/08/2005
Free admission | Wheelchair accessible
The Thoughtbody Environment by Bill Seaman

Bill Seaman / Otto Rössler, “The Thoughtbody Environment: Toward a Model for an Electrochemical Computer”: an installation that explores the question: To what degree can we model the processes that are at operation in the body that give rise to sentience? The installation will include a series of large- scale digital prints / diagrams, a poetic text, a video work, a new music work and a didactic text. The work will also potentially include a distributed poetic text installed on the windows of the building. The scientist / collaborator Otto Rössler would visit during the time of the installation and give a related lecture during the show.

Bill Seaman is a professor and Chair of the Digital Media Department at Rhode Island School of Design. More information about his work can be found at

April 22- May 8, Mon- Sun 10am - 7pm. Opening Reception Fri, April 22, 6-9 pm.

500 Kendall St,Cambridge - Genzyme Building at Kendall Square. Just off of Third St. Near the Kendall T stop. Follow the signs once on site.

For more information call 401.454.6139 or email Mihn Reza

Boston Cyberarts at Kendall Square is made possible through the generous support of major sponsors Lyme Properties, Avid Technology, M-Audio (a part of Avid), and the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

For more info:

675 West Kendall St in the Vertex Building; and 500 Kendall St. in the Genzyme Building at Kendall S
Cambridge, MA 02142 


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