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'''Vision – Image and Perception'''. International exhibition, symposium, screening series, net.project, publications. Organised by [[C3]] on 18 October – 17 November [[2002]] as part of Budapest Autumn Festival at [[Mucsarnok]] in [[Budapest]].
 
'''Vision – Image and Perception'''. International exhibition, symposium, screening series, net.project, publications. Organised by [[C3]] on 18 October – 17 November [[2002]] as part of Budapest Autumn Festival at [[Mucsarnok]] in [[Budapest]].
  
Focused on the connections between the neuro sciences and visual arts. The project was initiated by discussions between neuro scientists and [[Miklos Peternák]], director of C3 and represented a pioneer arts&science project in [[Hungary]]. Vision included a platform for discussions on the neurobiology of perception, neuronal, behavioural and theoretical approaches of brain research.  
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Focused on the connections between the neuro sciences and visual arts. The project was initiated by discussions between neuro scientists and [[Miklós Peternák]], director of C3 and represented a pioneer arts&science project in [[Hungary]]. Vision included a platform for discussions on the neurobiology of perception, neuronal, behavioural and theoretical approaches of brain research.  
  
  
 
http://vision.c3.hu/
 
http://vision.c3.hu/

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Vision – Image and Perception. International exhibition, symposium, screening series, net.project, publications. Organised by C3 on 18 October – 17 November 2002 as part of Budapest Autumn Festival at Mucsarnok in Budapest.

Focused on the connections between the neuro sciences and visual arts. The project was initiated by discussions between neuro scientists and Miklós Peternák, director of C3 and represented a pioneer arts&science project in Hungary. Vision included a platform for discussions on the neurobiology of perception, neuronal, behavioural and theoretical approaches of brain research.


http://vision.c3.hu/