April 04 – June 15, 2020
Friday, 03. April 2020, 6 p.m.
Thursday through Monday, 1–7 p.m.
The exhibition “PushMi PullYu” by art and design studio Hyphen-Labs is inspired by the work of neuroscientist John-Dylan Haynes. His research has revealed that brain signaling involved in decision making can occur up to seven seconds prior to what is thought of as conscious decision. With the installation “PushMi PullYu” Hyphen-Labs take the public on a journey to the margins of consciousness and unconsciousness, where imagination meets observation, and which questions the theories that have always concerned scientists and artists, philosophers and psychologists.
“PushMi PullYu” will transform the project space of the Schering Foundation into a laboratory for the exploration of the research on brain activity and the debates on free will.
Hyphen-Labs is an international art and design studio working at the intersection of technology, art, science, and the future. Founded in 2014 by the Mexican-American engineer Carmen Aguilar y Wedge and the Turkish architect Ece Tankal, Hyphen-Labs collaborates with women psychologists, programmers, artists, scientists and more, from all over the world. The studio uses its diverse expertise and cultural perspectives to develop works that address current social discourses, outline technological innovations and creates works informed by scientific research.
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