Synaptic Passage (2010)

80 kilos of recycled electrical wire, projectors, multimedia players, USBs, video projection

Synaptic Passage  (2010)

Image: Marcos Morilla

Synaptic Passage is a large immersive installation created especially for the exhibit titled Brain: The Inside Story at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. The flashing video-animations projected onto the recycled wire suggest the constant communication that occurs in dense tangled brain tissue, formed by more than 100 billion interconnected neurons.

 

Acknowledgements: Chatarrería Astur


(Madrid, 1964) Lives and works in Madrid

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