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The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation?

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The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation?
The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation?
The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation?
Artists & Scientists Pledge Partnerships for Public Good
Artists & Scientists Pledge Partnerships for Public Good
Steven J. Fowler: "Everything humans have touched on this planet has been altered by our creativity"
Steven J. Fowler: "Everything humans have touched on this planet has been altered by our creativity"
Kevin "KAL" Kallaugher: "Cartoonists are going to be under siege for a long time"
Kevin "KAL" Kallaugher: "Cartoonists are going to be under siege for a long time"
Arne Dietrich: Various forms of creativity are governed by two different brain systems
Arne Dietrich: Various forms of creativity are governed by two different brain systems
Pireeni Sundaralingam: "We weren't sure we were going to see my father again"
Pireeni Sundaralingam: "We weren't sure we were going to see my father again"
Clayton Aldern & Phil Yao: "A lot of the pressing questions of today are inherently imbued with science"
Clayton Aldern & Phil Yao: "A lot of the pressing questions of today are inherently imbued with science"
Daniel Glaser: Science Gallery "is a place where anyone can come in and see the world in their own terms"
Daniel Glaser: Science Gallery "is a place where anyone can come in and see the world in their own terms"
Charles Limb & Shodekeh Talifero: "I find myself continually surprised by what is coming out of people's mouths here"
Charles Limb & Shodekeh Talifero: "I find myself continually surprised by what is coming out of people's mouths here"
Ben Ehrlich & Noah Hutton: "We want to land on the brain for easy answers to the art conversation, but we can’t"
Ben Ehrlich & Noah Hutton: "We want to land on the brain for easy answers to the art conversation, but we can’t"
Charles Limb: "This diversity of opinions is great for energy - it's almost like a fuel source"
Charles Limb: "This diversity of opinions is great for energy - it's almost like a fuel source"
Mariale Hardiman: "The arts are a powerful way to allow children to express themselves in ways we don't often give them"
Mariale Hardiman: "The arts are a powerful way to allow children to express themselves in ways we don't often give them"

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VIDEO

Shodekeh Talifero: "Not knowing where it's going to go exactly is definitely part of the journey"

Professional beatboxer and Towson University dance faculty on the origins of beatboxing and collaborating with neuroscientists

Shodekeh Talifero beatboxes at Session 547

Stuart Milne | 19.03.2015

Shodekeh Talifero has embarked on many collaborations over his career as a professional beatboxer - not only with other musicians from a diverse range of backgrounds, but also with neuroscientists as he seeks to reinforce his musical intuition.

As a participant in Session 547 | The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation?, the Towson University Department of Dance Faculty spoke to Salzburg Global about the origins and values of beatboxing, why he works with neuroscientists and his favorite musical moment of the session.

Watch the interview and an exclusive beatboxing performance here:



Shodekeh Talifero was a participant in the Salzburg Global session The Neuroscience of Art: What are the Sources of Creativity and Innovation?, which is part of Salzburg Global’s long-running Culture and the Arts series. The session was supported by the Edward T. Cone Foundation. More information on the session can be found here: www.salzburgglobal.org/go/547.

19.03.2015 Category: FACES OF LEADERSHIP, IMAGINATION, CULTURE, FELLOW UPDATES
Stuart Milne