Performances & Events


“All In Your Head”

An interdisciplinary performance by NeuroArts Productions

February 9, 2024 | 6:00 pm

Livestreaming to the public; please register at the Livestream Link.

Free - no tickets required

“All in Your Head” is a four-movement multimodal work that explores the trial-and-error mental health treatment system, the science of depression, and the inner landscapes of the brain – with visual art, dance, and live improvisation and composition. Flipping the idea that mental illness is “all in your head,” because that is exactly where we need to look: into the individual’s brain chemistry, circuitry, and holistic life experience: a patient’s unique world that calls for unique treatment approaches.

Think: sonic representations of neural communication, brain scans as graphic scores for real-time improvisation, dance to mirror the experience of the trial-and-error treatment system, and more.

Tune in after the premiere for a panel discussion with leading researchers in precision medicine, neuroarts, the science of depression, and stigma.

Please register to join the livestream – the in-person event is at capacity.

Produced and directed by Sasha Gusikhin
Composed by Cameron Wilson and Liam Charron
Choreographed by Madison Rogers
Visual design by SinYu Deng

Discussion Free Talk Interdisciplinary Scholarship North Campus

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