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Dr. Dan Lloyd, a 'neuro-philospher' from Trinity College in Connecticut, experiments with patterns found in brain activity. The results are intricate musical scores that play with the tender overlap of philosophy, science, and art.

In recent years, neural science has gifted philosophers with the technology to look at the human brain. This technological advance reveals an informative relationship between science and the philosophical study of consciousness.

Video Produced by Gregory Vander Veer, Director of photography Jennifer Cox,
Director/Editor Elisa Da Prato

See Also:

Brian Eno, Werner Herzog, Greg Lynn, William Gibson, Walter Mosley

Read Bjork's2001 interview with Juergen Teller from the index archives.

Daniel Day-Lewis spoke with poet, Eileen Myles in this 2002 interview. Photography by Terry Richardson.

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