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Suzanne Dikker PHD

Suzanne Dikker’s work merges cognitive neuroscience, outreach/education, and performance art in an effort to understand the brain basis of human social interaction, and to bring neuroscience research out of the lab, into the ‘real world’. Her collaborative crowd-sourcing neuroscience experiments and interactive brain installations are carried out in schools, museums and other public places (e.g. the American Museum of Natural History, the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Eye Institute Amsterdam, Ballet National de Marseille). Suzanne is a research scientist at New York University’s Department of Psychology, member of the art/science collective DIKKER + OOSTRIK, and consultant on various art/science/tech projects.