Osmic Resonances and Sensory CorrespondencesTalk Adults
Join Culture at Work artist in residence, Jo Burzynska and cognitive neuroscientist, Associate Professor Anina Rich in a discussion of Osmic Resonance, an audio-olfactory installation harnessing synergies between sound and aromas.
The work was created from a collaboration between Burzynska and her residency’s science partner, Rich and informed by fascinating new research into sensory correspondences in psychology, cognitive science and neuroscience.
Burzynska will talk about crossmodal creativity from her perspective as a sonic and olfactory artist, which Rich will illuminate with insights from her research into multi-sensory perception and synaesthesia at the Department of Cognitive Science at Macquarie University.
Speakers: Jo Burzynska Artist and Associate Professor Anina Rich, Department of Cognitive Science at Macquarie University