March 9, 2013
I study clinical neuroscience, zen, poetry and developmental psychology.
I'm wondering the same thing! I'm new here. :)
I want to see art and science strive to inform each other from a developmental perspective (i.e., how can each domain be used to educate an audience in novel and exciting ways). Also, how peak experiences are involved in both science and art.
Matt W. is a researcher/artist/writer who has dwelt in digital analogues since the early nineties. He has pursued academic studies in cognitive and developmental science, literary traditions, and neurotheology.
As this was my first Session, I found the subject-matter/content execution well-wrought. The premise of the Sessions are wonderful, and encouraging. I wish there were more ways of driving social interaction though (maybe break-out groups?).