ARTIS members participated as symposium moderators and presenters at the Visual Science of Art Conference (Amsterdam), which took place online from the 24st until the 27st of August 2022.
Over the past two years, Katrin Heimann (AAU) collaborated with artist Helene Nymann, accompanying her artistic process towards the exhibition "Knots of Ecphore" via micro-phenomenological interviews.
ARTIS UNIVIE PhD candidate Theresa Demmer held a presentation on a new paradigm for studying visual art as a form of sharing emotions and communication using fNIRS.
Viewing art can have powerful effects on an individual's mood, stress and well-being. However, until recently, it was unknown if the impacts seen from visits to galleries and museums could translate to digital spaces. A research study led by MacKenzie Trupp investigated if engagement with art online could lead to well-being benefits.
Eftychia Stamkou is setting up new project on the emotions portrayed in visual art in collaboration with Google Arts & Culture (https://artsandculture.google.com/), Hume AI (https://hume.ai/), and UC Berkeley Psychology!
Joerg Fingerhut (HUB) and Aenne Brielmann participated in a panel discussion at William Paterson University.
ARTIS members visited the opening of Irene Fernández Arcas’ exhibition, “Existing Otherwise - Inner Jungle” at collaborators, Galerie Wedding. The exhibition goes on until the 21st of May 2022.
ARTIS met for a research workshop in Berlin.
ARTIS UniVie PhD student MacKenzie Trupp gave a presentation on the VDS CoBeNe (Vienna Doctoral School of Cognition Behavior and Neuroscience) PhD Academy (Feb 3-4, 2022) at the University of Vienna.
Second-year PhD student Corinna Kühnapfel of the ARTIS team at the University of Vienna was invited as a speaker for the workshop “What is Proprioceptive Art?"