Bicameral Emulation Exercise

Posted on Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 at 6:28 pm
The Bicameral Emulation Exercise

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The Bicameral Emulation Exercise is an online interactivity related to the Improvising Consciousness Project, and is currently part of Enact: Art in the Mind. In a short video, Professor Jennifer Arnstay explains the radically different Bicameral Mind configuration that was dominant from ~12,000 BCE to ~3,000 BCE. The Bicameral Emulation Exercise is designed to give you a taste of this mind configuration.

The Enact:Art in the Mind project has been getting good recognition. It was a jury selection in the Japan Media Arts Festival ; it is profiled in the most recent Oberlin College Alumni magazine,  and there’s a review in Afterimage by Cleveland artist and writer Douglas Max Utter.

Creative Team: Josephine Anstey, Dave Pape, Lucy-Anstey Pape


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