11am–12pm Sunday 23 October at the Peel St end of A Shed. Map.
The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health is the largest brain research group in the Southern Hemisphere and is based right here in Melbourne. As part of Hiromi Tango’s Biennial Lab project, Wrapped, Dr Emma Burrows of the Florey Institute will be in conversation with the artist on the ways in which our subconscious become both physical and aesthetical. This talk is free and a part of Hiromi Tango’s performance workshops please register for this talk here.