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Synesthesia: A New Book in the “Essential Knowledge” series by MIT Press

An accessible, concise primer on the neurological trait of synesthesia — vividly felt sensory couplings — by a founder of the field. Continue reading

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Exhibition and Talk: What is the taste of the color blue?

Marcos Lutyens and I built an interactive tactile sculpture at the Building Bridges Art Exchange as part of a symposium by the International Association of Synesthetes, Artists, and Scientists, in conjunction with UCLA’s Art|Sci Gallery. Continue reading

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Can You Hear What You See? More So Than You Imagine

Some forms of synesthesia are shockingly common. Continue reading

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Belfast, ME: Synesthesia Talk & Book Signing

Sunday, June 28, 3 o’clock p.m. at the Old Professor’s Bookshop,  99 Main Street. Do you see letters and numbers as colored even though they are printed in black ink? Do words have specific tastes, or does music or everyday … Continue reading

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“Wednesday Is Indigo Blue”
Wins Montaigne Medal

Wednesday is Indigo Blue: Discovering the Brain of Synesthesia “The Montaigne Medal is given in honor of the noted French philosopher and awarded to the most thought–provoking title each year. Your title, in particular, is key in helping to maintain … Continue reading

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