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Brainwave, Dark Retreats and Sensory Deprivation: Discussion with R. Clay Reid and Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
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written by R. Clay Reid, fl. 1993 and Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, 1961-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2008), 52 mins
Bon Buddhist lama Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, one of the first Bon teachers resident in the United States, discusses sensory deprivation as a means of stimulating the brain with neurobiologist R. Clay Reid.
written by R. Clay Reid, fl. 1993 and Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, 1961-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2008), 52 mins
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Brainwave, Train to Happiness
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written by Bennett Shapiro, fl. 1990 and Matthieu Ricard, 1946-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2008), 1 hour 17 mins
French biologist, turned Buddhist monk, Matthieu Ricard and biochemist Bennett Shapiro discuss the work they have done with the Dalai Lama focusing on cognitive function and meditation.
written by Bennett Shapiro, fl. 1990 and Matthieu Ricard, 1946-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2008), 1 hour 17 mins
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Brainwave, Welcome to Your Brain
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written by Sam Wang, 1967-, Sandra Aamodt, fl. 1998 and Julie Taymor, 1952-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2008), 49 mins
Sam Wang and Sandra Aamodt, authors of 'Welcome to Your Brain,' discuss neuroscience and creativity with director, Julie Taymor.
written by Sam Wang, 1967-, Sandra Aamodt, fl. 1998 and Julie Taymor, 1952-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2008), 49 mins
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Brainwave, Disgust
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2009), 54 mins
This interview features a discussion between Mario Batali and Paul Rozin about what food humans find tasty or disgusting, and what triggers these feelings.
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2009), 54 mins
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Brainwave, Do You Get Goosebumps Too?
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2009), 47 mins
This interview, , features a discussion between R. L. Stine and neuroscientist about fear.
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2009), 47 mins
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Brainwave, How Can I Feel Peace of Mind?
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2010), 51 mins
According to Tibetan Buddhism, and many of the world's wisdom traditions, we have the ability to access a type of awake awareness that is 'the peace that passes understanding.' This natural awake awareness is simply a type of human consciousness that has been overlooked. We will see how awake awareness affects the...
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2010), 51 mins
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Brainwave, Who is the Shaking Woman?
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written by Hans C. Breiter, fl. 1999 and Siri Hustvedt, 1955-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2010), 48 mins
The novelist Siri Hustvedt enagages the director of Harvard Laboratory of Neuroimaging and Genetics about her neurological condition, marking the publication of her new book The Shaking Woman or a History of My Nerves. While speaking at a memorial event for her father in 2006, Siri Hustvedt suffered a violent seiz...
written by Hans C. Breiter, fl. 1999 and Siri Hustvedt, 1955-; produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2003, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2010), 48 mins
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Brainwave, Why Does Movement Move Us?
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2010), 1 hour 19 mins
A filmed conversation between one of America's greatest living choreographers, Mark Morris and Wellesley College neurologist Bevil Conway as they explores how the brain responds to dance and motion.
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2010), 1 hour 19 mins
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Brainwave, Do Dreams Come True?
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2011), 43 mins
Are dreams vehicles of prophecy?
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2011), 43 mins
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Brainwave, The Compass of Pleasure
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produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2011), 49 mins
Whether consuming chocolate, taking drugs, engaging in sex, or doing good deeds, the pursuit of pleasure is a central drive of the human animal. In The Compass of Pleasure Johns Hopkins neuroscientist David J. Linden explains how pleasure affects us at the most fundamental level: in our brain. The master chocolati...
produced by Tim McHenry, fl. 2008, Rubin Museum of Art, in Brainwave (New York, NY: Rubin Museum of Art, 2011), 49 mins
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