Martin Kemp Neuroimaging 1

Martin Kemp on neuroscience and aesthetics

This is the third in a series of  posts by each of the speakers from our panel debate, “In The Mind’s Eye: Can Neuroscience Teach Us Anything About The Aesthetic Experience? " The data and images produced by...

Emily Cross on neuroaesthetics and dance

This is the second in a series of  posts by each of the speakers from our panel debate, “In The Mind’s Eye: Can Neuroscience Teach Us Anything About The Aesthetic Experience? " This article was taken from...

Rita Carter on Neuroaesthetics

This is the first in a series of  posts by each of the speakers from our panel debate, "In The Mind's Eye: Can Neuroscience Teach Us Anything About The Aesthetic Experience? " Rita Carter, June 2014 I think w...
Sensory Sense Lola's World

Sensory Sense: Lola in India

Using experiential installation works based on autistic sensory experiences Lyddon aims to educate and increase awareness of autism to the public. Over 4 articles Lyddon will be taking us on a journey through h...

Press

Press - 2016   Rachel Bedder discussing AXNS with Matilda Blanche on Science: The Mixtape on Soho Radio Press - 2015   Write up of AXNS' Ada Lovelace event at the Science Museum in t...
Becky Lyddon Art & Neuroscience Contributor

Contributors

Becky Lyddon Becky Lyddon was born and raised in Devon and moved to London in 2004 to study. In 2009 she graduated from a BA(hons) in Graphic and Media Design from London College of Communication. A yea...
Cristina, Becky Lyddon

Autism and Sensory Perception: Part 2

Using experiential installation works based on autistic sensory experiences Lyddon aims to educate and increase awareness of autism to the public. Over 4 articles Lyddon will be taking us on a journey through h...
St Valentine and Epilepsy

St Valentine: Patron Saint of Epilepsy

Bryan Ceronie & Gerhard Kluger  St Valentine, the Chaucerian saint of romantics and lovers is a prominent figure in the Catholic calendar. But his other role, as the patron saint of epilepsy, is less wid...