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 Billseaman.com.
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