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Bioelectromagnetism: discrete interpretations

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The ancient concept of the magnetic and electric properties of the human body dates back thousands of years. Recorded accounts of biomagnetism, bioelectricity and magnetic therapy show an often-controversial history. Contemporary understanding of biomagnetism, based on the interaction of living organism with electromagnetic fields led to the new discipline of bioelectromagnetism: the study of electromagnetic phenomena within and between biological systems. Due to recent, groundbreaking research new paradigms are emerging linked to consciousness-related phenomena. While bioscientific interest in magnetism is concerned directly with the anatomy and functions of the human body, related art projects tend focus on the invisible energies surrounding and impacting human life.
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Keywords: bioelectricity; biomagnetism; electromagnetic art; electromagnetism

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Inter Society for the Electronic Arts

Publication date: 01 July 2003

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