BIORHYTHM: MUSIC AND THE BODY opens in Taichung, Taiwan

Following a hugely successful six month run at the National Science Education Center in the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, BIORHYTHM: MUSIC AND THE BODY opened on Wednesday 1st of July at the National Museum of Natural Science in Taichung, Taiwan.

Created and first shown at Science Gallery Dublin, BIORHYTHM has toured to venues right across the globe. The exhibition invites visitors to participate in an interactive and immersive auditory experience while presenting questions about the nature of our relationship with music. A live research experiment currently being conducted at Virginia Tech will also capture data about visitors emotional and physiological responses.

Additionally, visitors to the the exhibition in Taichung will also explore how primitive or ancient hearing systems might interpret modern music.

BIORHYTHM was curated by musician Gavin Friday, composer Linda Buckley, music researcher Ben Knapp, neuroscientist Professor Ian Robertson and Science Gallery Director Michael John Gorman.

The exhibition will be on show in Taichung until December 2015.

 

Images from the Taichung opening of BIORHYTHM: MUSIC AND THE BODY