Espronceda Institute for Art and Culture, in collaboration with Be Another Lab, eagerly welcomes Naila Kuhlmann, a talented researcher and artist specializing in conveying embodied experiences of those with Parkinson’s disease.
This event coincides with the world Parkison Congress in Barcelona (https://wc2023.org/), where Kuhlmann is actively involved.
The gathering will feature a screening of Kuhlmann’s work with Piece of Mind (https://pieceofmindmontrea.wixsite.com/pieceofmind) collective, alongside BeAnotherLab’s presentation on empathy research through “body swap” experiences.
The aim is to foster interdisciplinary collaborations between the teams, driving future innovation.
C/ d’Espronceda, 326, Nave 10, 08027 Barcelona
Please note that this event is only by invitation. Please contact us if you want to participate: firstname.lastname@example.org