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There are three different sections to which works can be submitted for the Exhibition.

1. The untouched nervous system. This section will contain images such as those typically prepared for a regular scientific article or that are commonly used as cover illustrations in neuroscience journals. These may consist of a single or composite image.

2. The interpreted nervous system. This section will consist of images modified by the authors in order to expound an idea.

3. The cyberbrain. It will consist of virtual reality computer presentations.

NEUROSCAPES WILL PREFERENTIALLY CONSIDER IMAGES FOR THE SECTION THE UNTOUCHED BRAIN

Each presentation must be submitted with a short title and an explanatory text that describes the most relevant points of the exhibit in a concise and clear manner. The length of the text (in English) should not exceed 500 words (including references). The authors are responsible for obtaining copyright permission for any material that they contribute to the Exhibition before submitting the work. Exhibits should be submitted by e-mail simultaneously to both directors of the Exhibition. The digital presentation should be submitted initially in JPEG format and the size of the file should not exceed 2 megabytes. If the work is pre-selected, the author(s) will be asked to send a CD with a high resolution version of the presentation with sufficient resolution to permit high quality reproduction on a panel of at least 150 cm x 150 cm.

Michael Dorison
Co-Director of the Art Exchanges
ArtHouse
Eastline Ave., 62
27944 Madrid
Spain

Tel: (+34) 91 724 4175
e-mail: MD@art-exchanges.com
Kevin Federar
Co-Director of the Art Exchanges Exhibition
Brain Mind Institute, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
GPWR-ST-MNVE-ACA 121
CH 1153 Lausanne
Switzerland

Tel: (+ 41) 21 6714840
e-mail: KF@art-exchanges.com

 

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