Public events

Neuroscience & Art

September 1 - November 30, 2022

Strasbourg - Freiburg - Basel (France - Germany - Switzerland)




Fall 2022


Explore and unleash your creative talent!

Art and Neuroscience have interweaved throughout human history and have punctuated time with the tumults and graces of their variegated connections.
Since the transcendental Art & Neuroscience duo also constitutes an ideal interface with the general public, Neurex will organise an exhibition on the theme of neuroscience with artworks created by neuroscientists of the Neurex network.
The exposition will be an occasion for the neuro-artists (be they amateur or expert) of our cross-border network to expose to the public the original and surprising perspective they have on their own discipline.

If this initiative arouses the artist that lies (dormant or awake) within you and you consider contributing by proposing one of the outcome of your work, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. while answering the three questions below.

We will then contact you personally to specify how Neurex and its partners can provide you material, financial and logistical assistance. Meetings between the neuro-artists will also be planned in order to coordinate the individual works and possibly elaborate 2-3 collective art pieces.

1/ Would you like to participate in this event?
YES, I would like to participate in the creation of a piece of art on neuroscience which will be exhibited by Neurex and its partners

2/ What medium do you plan to use?
Painting/Drawing, Sculpture, Photography, Body art, Writing,

Other (specify) ....................

3/ Do you already have an idea of the theme of the work you wish to present?
If so, please specify ............................................


Reply before February 18th.


The Neurex team wishes to thank Prof. Pierrick Poisbeau for proposing the project.


Artistically yours,


The Neurex team


Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



The event will take place in the fourth quarter of 2022.