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Guided visit to the "Brain(s)" exhibition

Friends of the CCCB

Exclusive for Friends of the CCCB

We’ll discover the exhibition with one of its curators, the physicist and biologist Ricard Solé.

The human brain is the most complex object we know of and the one that raises most questions in the fields of both science and philosophy. Brain(s) looks at how, throughout history, art, science, and philosophy have studied and represented this fascinating organ. The exhibition explores both the anatomy of the brain and everything that it generates: consciousness, abstract thinking, language, imagination, dreams and memory. “Brain(s)” also investigates other minds beyond the human: artificial, animal and collective intelligence, and brainless organisms.

Presenters: Ricard Solé

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