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Saturday, April 17 • 17:00 - 17:50
Architecture, Neuroscience and Speculative Fiction: Relationships and Intersections

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As someone with experience in neuroscience, science fiction writing, and architecture, I find that the three fields all study perception of reality, what stays in memory, how we choose to move through our environment/select actions, and what influences emotions and relationships. I would like to dissect and walk us through architectural methods, neuroscientific methods, and methods in speculative fiction that exemplify this.

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Arula Ratnakar

Arula Ratnakar is a scientist, artist and science fiction writer who is currently studying biology, neuroscience and architecture at Carnegie Mellon University (Class of 2021). Her writing can be found in Clarkesworld Magazine and her artwork can be found in the first issue of Dark... Read More →

Saturday April 17, 2021 17:00 - 17:50 UTC