Neural Nebulous
(G43.711)

At the Alberta Abbey

This installation envisions complex migraines, the breakdown in transmission and communication and how they feel with knots, confusion and the cosmic force that it takes to deal with such a complex, painful condition. This work represents the elusive neurological processes including neurons and neurotransmitters and the (lack of) scientific knowledge about migraines. So much is unknown about why migraines happen so this installation is how I understand and visualize my own experience with chronic migraines, attempting to wade through the tangled web of pain, dysfunction, vibrations and -spaceiness-.

  

 
 

Neural Nebulous

Portland Winter Light Festival 2021

Hotel Eastlund Wine Bar

This installation is part of the Neural Nebulous series, a site-specific installation that visualizes our brain’s neurology and related it to the unknowns of space, sharing how the artist imagines these vast networks of neurotransmitters, neurons, dendrites, and more that compose our brains. This installation envisions complex migraines, the breakdown in transmission and communication and how they feel with knots and confusion, and the cosmic force that it takes to deal with such a painful, complicated experience.

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