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August 23, 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
There it is again. Again and again.
A blank. A pause. A stop. Silence.
Survival wins, reality muddled.
In the brain, there are two almond-shaped nuclei known as the amygdalae. The amygdala is essential in processing emotions such as anger, fear, sadness and aggression. It is responsible for our emotional memories, survival instincts and the way we respond to stimuli.
How much control do we have over our thoughts and responses? How much do past experiences and preconceived notions affect the way we respond to the world around us? Is it possible to reprogram the way our brains process information and therefore respond to the world around us more courageously and perceptively?
In re_script5.2, we follow Joey, navigating through Joey’s memories and thoughts, pulling out certain experiences that may have conditioned the way Joey now responds to the world.