Listen: David Byrne Talks 'Theater of the Mind' on 'Radiolab'

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David Byrne spoke with Radiolab co-host Latif Nasser and neuroscientist Thalia Wheatley at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts just before the opening of Theater of the Mind, the new immersive experience he created in Denver with collaborator Mala Gaonkar. They discuss one of the show’s central themes: perception. You can hear their conversation here.

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David Byrne spoke with Radiolab co-host Latif Nasser and neuroscientist Thalia Wheatley at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts just before the opening of Theater of the Mind, the new immersive experience he created in Denver with collaborator Mala Gaonkar. They discuss one of the show’s central themes: perception. You can hear their conversation here:

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David Byrne: 'Radiolab,' October 2022
  • Tuesday, October 11, 2022
    Listen: David Byrne Talks 'Theater of the Mind' on 'Radiolab'

    David Byrne spoke with Radiolab co-host Latif Nasser and neuroscientist Thalia Wheatley at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts just before the opening of Theater of the Mind, the new immersive experience he created in Denver with collaborator Mala Gaonkar. They discuss one of the show’s central themes: perception. You can hear their conversation here:

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