Life with Mixed Senses --The World of Synaesthetes
Year: 2015
Run-Time: 1 x 45 min.

Directed by Gerald Teufel

A co-production by ORF/3sat and Gert Baldauf Film- und Videoproduktion in association with Austrian Television Fund and BMBF

Languages: German (ORIGINAL)
Format: 16:9

Life with Mixed Senses --The World of Synaesthetes

Leben mit vermischten Sinnen - Die Welt der Synästhetiker

Who "hears" colours or "sees" sounds was once considered "sick". Today synaesthetic abilities are interesting for brain research and an inspiration for artists. The painter Wassily Kandinsky for example describes in his childhood memories how the Moscow sky during a sunset changed colour "like a mad Tuba". The dancer Alejandra Pineda de Avila "sees the rhythm". Only modern brain research makes it possible, by means of magnetic resonance, to watch the brain think. Today one can see how stimuli work. What they mean, however, remains little understood.
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