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PSYCHE, a forthcoming online exhibition at Bengaluru’s Science Gallery, aims to investigate the mind.

PSYCHE, a new online exhibition by Science Gallery Bengaluru, tries to investigate the intricacies of the human mind in socio-political and cultural contexts. From April 1st through May 15th, the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS), The Wellbeing Project, and Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent will host a 45-day exhibition.

PSYCHE brings together philosophers, neuroscientists, artists, psychologists, filmmakers, sociologists, authors, and performers, and is curated by the team at Science Gallery Bengaluru. There are ten exhibitions, six videos, and over 40 live activities, including workshops, master classes, and public talks, in the show.

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The displays trace the mind’s intricacy. However, they do not only discuss research; they also discuss society. The multimedia project Black Males’s Minds, for example, incorporates the perspectives of black men, who are frequently silenced in discussions about mental health, trauma, and stigma.

The exhibits will also include interactive experiences such as Playing with Reality, based on the winner of Best VR Immersive Work 2019 at the Venice International Film Festival, which explores what the phenomenon of psychosis can teach us about the limits of reality; The Serpent of a Thousand Coils gives game participants an empathetic look into the minds of people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD); and Change My Mind, a participatory web experience that helps to change people’s minds

“Hamlets Live” is a six-part performance that explores Hamlet’s inner monologues in a society dominated by social media’s real and hyper-real characteristics.

“In PSYCHE, we take an unconventional trip into the human mind, attempting to comprehend the mind via our minds,” explains Jahnavi Phalkey, founder of Science Gallery Bengaluru. “We pay attention to our sentient self’s sicknesses as well as its health. We are deconstructing research artefacts from all research fields at Science Gallery Bengaluru, as we usually do, to advance our purpose of bridging the gap between research and the public.”

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