Barbican Centre , Barbican Saturday March 2 2013 19:30
Wellcome Images
Professor Marcus Du Sautoy

Answering questions like 'What happens as our brain performs different tasks?', 'When do we become conscious?', 'How much of my brain can I remove before I would lose my sense of I?', 'Is my cat conscious?', and 'Can a machine ever be conscious or be deemed intelligent?', Marcus du Sautoy and guests ponder consciousness in a performance-lecture combining music, specially conceived visuals, lighting design and interactive experiences. DJ James Holden provides the soundtrack to the evening, a piece of music which is intended to summon a higher state of consciousness in the audience. So, no falling asleep at the back. Part of the 'Wonder: Art and Science on the Brain' series of events devised by the Barbican and the Wellcome Trust.


Venue name: Barbican Centre
Address: Silk St
Opening hours: Centre Mon-Sat 9am-11pm; Sun noon-11pm. Art Gallery Mon, Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun 10am-6pm; Thu, Fri 10am–9pm. The Curve Mon, Tue, Wed, Sat, Sun 11am–8pm; Thu, Fri 11am–9pm
Transport: Tube: Barbican
Price: £15-£20
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