As announced, the Synaesthesia Discussion has already started.
Herve Pierre Lambert gave us a very interesting update on current trends in Synaesthesia research. It has been acknowledged by experts, that among synaesthetes have been great artists who used their experiences as reflected in their work (Kandinsky, Messiaen et. al.)
Also, current synaesthesia research focuses on creativity and development in arts education.
One of the key topics of our Synaesthesia art & science discussion is to focus and explore what Synaesthesia means for a community of artists, art historians and researchers and what it means for the scientific community. Furthemore, one of the most important aims of this discussion topic is to identify the interactions between artists and scientists when using this term.
For instance, one very popular confusion or misconception is of "Synaesthesia" and "Visual Music" as a genre. What are the main historical elements that have conspired to the interchange between these two terms? Are there any other forms of "synaesthetic arts"?
Here is an interesting link for Visual Music :
I am looking forward to read some of your reflections and comments.
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