Curated by Koan Jeff Baysa, M.D. and Caitlin Hardy, M.D.
 Seeing Ourselves is a unique exhibit in which world class art will be combined with cutting edge science to leave viewers inspired by the beauty and capabilities of the human brain. While many scientific advances have inspired artists over the years, art and medicine have a special area of overlap in the desire to represent the human mind and body. As demonstrated in two groundbreaking articles in the March, 2010 issue of Radiology, new MRI technology allows us to see details in the living brain that were previously seen only through the lens of a low-powered microscope. This important step has excited the scientific world, but has not yet been shared with the art world or with the general public. High-resolution MRIs will be displayed side-by-side with the artwork they have inspired, allowing viewers to marvel at both the structural beauty of the brain and the creative potential housed inside of it.
The concept of the neuroplastic brain opens new horizons of hope for healing brain injuries through physiological and biochemical changes, and to become more aware human beings by discovering new ways of experiencing and interacting with the world...

Featuring work by: Suzanne Anker, Deborah Aschheim, Stephen Auger,
Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Pejus with Christophe Laudamiel and Christoph Hornetz, Stefani Bardin and Toby Heys, Jonathan Beer, Nancy Burson, Naomi Campbell, caraballo-farman, Joyce Cutler-Shaw, Scott Draves, Simon Drouin, Greg Dunn, Laura Ferguson, Angela Freiberger, Pablo Garcia, Peter Garfield, Sarah Elise Hall, Hugh Hayden, Pinkney Herbert,
Joanna Hoffmann, Nene Humphrey, Elizabeth Jameson, Sophie Kahn, Andrea Kantrowitz, Mark Kessell, Adrienne Klein, Bodo Korsig, Lilla LoCurto and Bill Outcault, Marcos Lutyens, Kate MacDowell, Michael Madore, Daniel Margulies and Chris Sharp, Patrick Martinez, Saul Melman, Igor Molochevski, Gayil Nalls, Natsu, Francesca Samsel, Anne Senstad, Jason Snyder, Max Steiner, Satre Stuelke, TheVisualMD, Claire Watkins, David Webster, Heron Werner MD with Professors Jorge Lopes dos Santos and Ricardo Fontes, Graham Wiggins, Virgil Wong with Jessica Lacson and Akshay Kapur

  Joanna Hoffmann "Tones & Whispers"



Stills from video installation "Tones & Whispers"
The piece is contemporary interpretation of Phytagorean idea of Harmonia Mundi.

Pythagorean idea of the World’s Harmony, expressed in consonant relations between its macro and micro components, has been recognized as one of the most significant and influential concepts born by human mind. Pythagoras used to believe that the whole matter emanates tones, that the whole world is music. He divided it into Musica Mundana (which soon became famous as Music of Spheres) and Musica Humana (music of the human body). Their relations, open to mind rather than to our limited senses, have been regulating links between the human being and the Universe evolving together with changes in our perception of the world and its understanding. (...)

music: Johannes Kepler (performed on theremin by Barbara Buchholtz), Dave Lawrence,