Category Archives: Environmental Installations

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Mirror Neurons and Quantum Consciousness

Mirror neurons were first discovered by Italian neurophysiologists in the 1980′s. In studying the movement controlling neurons, in the cerebral cortex of monkeys, they found neurons, which produced movement, also responded to the monkey seeing […]

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Hippocampal Memory and Quantum Consciousness

The installation, Hippocampal Memory, was 13 x 32 feet (over 400 square feet) in size and the cylindrical conduit along the ceiling was 80 feet long, for an additional 240 square feet of interacting neurons. […]

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Informatika and Quantum Consciousness

In this expansive installation at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts in Michigan City, Indiana, I used over 1,500 of my Thought Fragments. The theme related to information processing in our central nervous systems, and […]

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Quantum consciousness and coronavirus

Yesterday, I visited Argonne National Laboratories in Lemont, Illinois. My upcoming art projects will include deciphering quantum consciousness. Since this involves theoretical structures, I thought that an understanding of quantum computers would be of benefit. […]

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On permanent display at the University of Chicago

With Macol Cerda we finished the permanent installation of the Columns of Thought at the University of Chicago’s Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge. The atrium is named after my wife, Sigita, and myself. […]

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Leon Berkowitz

The above image is Leon Berkowitz’s “Unities #16”, oil painting on canvas, 84 x 60 inches, 1972. When I dropped out of medicine to pursue art full-time, I moved to Washington DC. It was 1976 […]

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TV interview

“Community Connection” is a 30-minute program shown on CN100, the Comcast (Xfinity) TV network. This particular episode aired several times each day during July, 2019. It included a seven-minute interview with me as part of […]

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Meaning: over 40 years ago

Meaning was a multi-media installation at the Washington Project for the Arts, Washington DC. The exhibit took place in April 1978. It filled the available four exhibit halls which were on two floors. This was […]

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Radio interviews

  In relation to the ongoing Sybils: Cycles of Memory exhibit at the Stevanovich Institute on the formation of Knowledge, University of Chicago, and the dedication of the atrium of this newly restored building in […]

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Sigita and Audrius V. Plioplys Atrium

Sigita and Audrius V. Plioplys My Cycles of Memory art installation has been so popular on the University of Chicago campus, that the Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge (SFIK) requested that I donate […]

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