Discover the miracle of neurodiversity in you and other brilliant people throughout the world as we take a journey through the senses together.
Journey Through the Senses is pleased to join in a scientific collaboration with Nairobi Design week to explore and identify synaesthesia on the African Continent.
Journey Through The Senses is pleased to join in collaboration with "The Shape of Color" to explore neurodiversity and all its wonders through The Arts and Sciences.
Marina WitteMann, being a synesthete, feels the world a little deeper and more fully than the other persons, she sees in color the emotional states of surrounding people, vivid experiences, pain, anger and euphoria. That is why the works presented at the exhibition strive to break out of the framework of generally accepted art forms. That which had no volume, breaks through the two-dimensional space, color acquires shape, paper — texture, depth. Each work at the exhibition is an outspoken image formed through the prism of the artist’s perception, through the fusion of several sensory levels at once.
Art curator, editor-in-chief, Gallery owner
Haze Gallery, Berlin
Journey Through the Senses is pleased to present, in collaboration with two of our highly talented members, an exploration of diversity and perception:
A live piano and ballet concert. Featuring concert Pianist, Svetlana Rudenko, and professional Ballerina, Zoe Marinello-Kohn, the event will take place on March 20th, at the Whale Theater just outside of Dublin, Ireland and during Brain Awareness Week.
* Journey Through The Senses is pleased to be a co-sponsor of this cutting edge event which supports a greater awareness of neurodiversity.
Featuring Synaesthete Concert Pianist Jenny Q Chai