Created Out of Mind is a team aiming to explore, challenge and shape perceptions and understanding of dementias through science and the creative arts. The team will explore what dementia means to us all, challenge traditional definitions and common misconceptions, and unlock what we can learn about art, consciousness and the brain from the experiences of people with dementia.
Launched in October 2016, and working over a period of 22 months, Created out of Mind are the second residents of The Hub- a unique, creative space at Wellcome Collection in London. Starting with people with dementias, Created out of Mind is an interdisciplinary team of scientists, visual artists, musicians, broadcasters, clinicians and carers.
Come and be part of a brand new experiment about the brain! Dance meets science in this interactive workshop, devised by Created Out of Mind neuroscientist Selina Wray & artist Charlie Murphy.
Join Created Out of Mind researcher Keir Yong who will discuss the work of the Pedestrian Accessibility Movement Environment Laboratory (PAMELA) at UCL as part of the Wellcome Packed Lunch series.
As part of Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2017, Created Out of Mind's Paul Camic joins the panel for a discussion event exploring the ways that creative engagement with different art forms can support us as we age.
Created Out of Mind will be leading a participatory event that explores how the arts and the sciences can impact research and dementia care.