This project is looking into the role of creativity to better understand Parkinson's by ’unlocking the Muse’
In the latest edition of EU Research, the winter issue highlights the work of the ARTIS project studying art's impact across Europe
Kaj Osteroth, who works in close colaboration with Sarah Hegenbart (UOXF) for an upcoming ARTIS project, invites to an upcoming vernissage.
VSAC is conference connecting the communities of visual scientists and artists in order to deepen our understanding of aesthetic phenomena
From the context of the art school weißensee kunsthochschule, Anisha Gupta Müller writes on the ethical problems of ‘including’ marginalised people in research
Presentations were parrt of the APA Division 10 (Society for the Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts) programme
The ARTIS project description aims to research ‘how art impacts societies depending on their dominant ideologies’. This excerpt by Anisha Gupta Müller (KHB) hopes to turn the question around: how do dominant ideologies affect research in the first place? From the context of weißensee kunsthochschule, Anisha Gupta Müller writes on the ethical problems that foreground scientific research
Contrary to popular intuition, people perceive emotions and intentions when viewing art, even when they know the work was generated by a computer.
Installation art, with its immersive and participatory nature, evokes and necessitates bodily engagement and awareness. A new study shows that these aspects are integral to the overall art experience, appreciation, and transformative outcomes.
A new study brings us closer to understanding when and how viewing online paintings can impact our well-being.