World Sensorium Exhibitions and Presentations

2011 Objects of Devotion and Desire, Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Gallery, Hunter College, New York, NY, January 27 - April 30
http://www.objectsofdevotionanddesire.com/
Program Excerpt (PDF)


Olfactory Inkblot_3: Olfactory Meditation, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden, January 8th http://olfactoryinkblot.com/olfactoryinkblot3.aspx

2010 Solo Exhibition, Zagreb University, Zagreb, Croatia, World Sensorium, installed as a lab for the event Noć biologije (Biology Night), curated by Dr. Julija Erhardt and students of the Neurophysiology department. Read more about the exhibition...

Group Exhibition, Artist Scent-Works: A Continuum of Perceptible Difference Experience: World Sensorium and olfactory inkblot_2 University of California, San Diego, CA, presented by Carrie Paterson

Group Exhibition, Experience Sensational Design 2010: Sight, Smell Touch and Taste, Hickok Cole Architects, Washington, DC

2008 Nalls, G., Published Abstract. (March 11-14) Linking Affect to Action: Critical Contributions of the Orbitofrontal Cortex, New York, Academy of Sciences, New York, NY: p. 676. This abstract (#27) is also cited by Blackwell Synergy: http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1196/annals.1401.039?cookieSet=1&journalCode=nyas

2007 Poster Presentation, (March 11-14) Linking Affect to Action: Critical Contributions of the Orbitofrontal Cortex, New York, Academy of Sciences, New York, NY

2006 Presentation, (October) From ‘Mass Anatomy: A Study of Collective Behaviour as an Expressive Aesthetic and Basis for Social Sculpture’ to ‘WORLD SENSORIUM: The Art, Philosophy, and Science of the World Social Olfactory Sculpture,’ University of East London, UK

2005 Presentation, (November), Embodying Meaning: Gender-based Collective Strategies for Social Change and Parallel Aesthetic Practices, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, London, UK
Presentation, (July) Permutatude and World Sensorium, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, London, UK
Presentation, (March) World Sensorium: Social Process Art and Olfactory Consciousness in Artwork, MARYMOUNT SCHOOL, New York, NY
Workshop, Olfactory Activities and Games by Nalls, Marymount Publication, (March) MARYMOUNT SCHOOL, New York, NY
Lecture, The Changing Cannon of Beauty: Mass Anatomy, Media and Communicating Chemically, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, London, UK

2004 Artists' Talk, Olfaction and Synaesthesia, SIGGRAPH Gallery 2004, New York, NY
Synaesthesia, SIGGRAPH 2004 ART GALLERY, Los Angeles, CA: Created Siggraph’s first Olfactory Art experience as part of the collaborative OmniGlobe spherical projection system Play Well With Others installation at Synaesthesia producing immersion environment content.
Lecture, Visiting Artist AICAD, NEW YORK STUDIO PROGRAM, New York, NY, World Sensorium: Olfactory Art
Paper, (May) Human Massing and The Electronic Multitude, SMARTlab, The London Institute, London, UK
Lecture and Panel Discussion, The Importance of the Exchange of Ideas Internationally, A.I.R. GALLERY, New York, NY (Organizer), World Sensorium: Building Cultural Bridges
Birds-of-a-Feather, conference discussion co-organizer, The Importance of the International Exchange of Ideas II, SIGGRAPH 2004, Los Angeles, CA, World Sensorium: Building Cultural Bridges

2003 Color Therapy for Oedipal Conflicts, Plus Ultra Gallery, Brooklyn, NY World Sensorium at Times Square 2000, 2000, Documentary, 20 Min.

2002 YLVISAKER FINE ARTS CENTER, Bethany Lutheran College, Mankato, MN, Exhibition with World Sensorium installation
Public Lecture, The Changing Cannon of Beauty: Mass Anatomy, Media and Communicating Chemically, BETHANY LUTHERAN COLLEGE, Mankato, MN
World Sensorium Social Sculpture: The World Replies, BETHANY LUTHERAN COLLEGE, Mankato, MN
Publication, Nalls, G., “World Sensorium, The World As One,” ChildArt Magazine, January/March 2002.
False Ocean, Jaraf@45 Bleecker Street Theater, New York, NY
World Sensorium at Times Square 2000, 2000, Documentary, 20 Min.

2000 SacroSanto, SALA 1 and The Civic Museum for Contemporary Art, Rome, Italy
Jubilee 2000, Vatican, Rome, Italy, World Sensorium on large video screen
STEFFANY MARTZ GALLERY, New York, NY, World Sensorium
Presenter/Panelist, Technology is Not the Point, 18TH INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE CONFERENCE, Houston, TX. Moderated by Richard Loveless; other panelists included Eduardo Kac, Dan Senn and Sheldon Brown. World Sensorium presentation

1999 Times Square 2000, The Global Celebration at the Crossroads of the World The first collective presentation of World Sensorium. Microencapsulated paperworks released at Times Square, New York, NY, Friday, December 31, 1999.
Millennium Around the World,
Presentation of World Sensorium at The New Year’s Eve celebration co-hosted by President and Mrs. Clinton and Secretary of State Madeline Albright for the families of Washington’s diplomatic community at the International Trade Center in the Ronald Reagan Building. Organized by the GSA and the White House Millennium Council, Washington, D.C. Friday, December 31, 1999.

1998 STEFFANY MARTZ GALLERY, New York, NY, 1,495,852,024
UNESCO Sponsorship
Sponsorship of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization granted to World Sensorium, the world social olfactory sculpture, as an original cultural initiative building goodwill and peace in conjunction with the Times Square Millennium Celebration, "International Crossroads of the World," in New York City and the UN’s Year for a Culture of Peace.
President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities Endorsement
Lecturer/Panelist, O, Brave New World? A Century of Change, A Century of Opportunity, THE ASPEN INSTITUTE, Winter Symposium

1997 Times Square Business Improvement District (BID) invitation to World Sensorium at Times Square 2000

Lecture in October 1998 at ISIPCA (Institut supérieur international du parfum, de la cosmétique et de l'aromatique alimentaire) at the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines
1989 New Year’s Eve at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin in 1989, where half a million people gathered in celebration of a revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Conception of the World Sensorium formula based on population, where everyone in the world matters.

 

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