The Rubin Best of Brainwave: Why Does Movement Move Us
Best of Brainwave: Why Does Movement Move Us
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A filmed conversation between one of America's greatest living choreographers, Mark Morris and Wellesley College neurologist Bevil Conway as they explores how the brain responds to dance and motion.
Post-screening discussion with neuroscientist Dave Sulzer and computer musician Brad Garton.
About the Speakers
David Sulzer is an American neuroscientist and Professor at Columbia University Medical Center in the Departments of Psychiatry, Neurology, and Pharmacology. Sulzer's lab investigates the interaction between the synapses of the cerebral cortex and the basal ganglia, including the dopamine system, in habit formation, planning, decision making, and diseases of the system. Under the name Dave Soldier he is a musician and composer who founded the Thai Elephant Orchestra and the Brainwave Music Project.
Brad Garton received his PhD. from Princeton University in music composition. He currently serves on the faculty of Columbia University, where he is
Director of the Computer Music Center.
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