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David Byrne Is Putting Together an “Immersive Theatrical Experience” About Neuroscience

David Byrne is teaming up with Mala Gaonkar (who the New York Times describes as a “London-based hedge fund manager with science and public-health interests”) for what’s being described as an “immersive theatrical experience” about neuroscience. The project, called The Institute Presents: Neurosociety, will be presented in Pace Gallery’s Menlo Park (in the Bay Area) wing from […]
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