How are your emotions transformed by different kinds of music, from Lady Gaga to Beethoven’s Glorious Ninth? BIORHYTHM will allow you to participate in real scientific experiments on your brain’s response to music and use scientific methods to find your groove. In addition to the BIORHYTHM exhibition, BIORHYTHM will feature a wide range of live performances, experiments and workshops on themes ranging from the vocal chords to human beatboxing three-month show.
<div>The curators of BIORHYTHM include musician Gavin Friday, composer Linda Buckley, music researcher Ben Knapp, neuroscientist Professor Ian Robertson and Science Gallery Director Michael John Gorman.
BIORHYTHM @ SCIENCE GALLERY opened on July 2nd and will run until 1st October at Science Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, Pearse Street, Dublin 2. It’s open Tuesday to Friday from midday to 8pm and weekends midday to 6pm.