The Mind Museum and Science Gallery of Dublin, Ireland bring to the Filipino public a most fascinating and engaging traveling exhibit featuring music and how our body relates and connects with it. BioRhythm: Music and the Body presents 14 interactive installations meant to demonstrate and explain the unique relationship between music and the human body. The exhibit features an acoustic bed, sound-mixing tables, hanging metal chains, and a lot more ingeniously designed and fabricated equipment, all of which enrich our experience of music. BioRhythm also reveals how our brain reacts to music, how our whole body can literally feel music, and how our skin can create music, among other things.

BioRhythm, the museum’s first traveling exhibition, can be viewed at the Mind Museum's Special Exhibition Hall until February 15, 2013. Tickets for BioRhythm are priced at P250 for adults and P200 for students, while museum and BioRhythm tickets cost P800 for adults, P600 for children or private school students, and P300 for public school students and teachers. A Mind Museum All-Day Pass plus entrance to the BioRhythm exhibit costs P950.

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