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"The response has been outstanding. The film facilitates discussion about memory and the impact of both physical and psychological trauma on memory in a very humanistic and personal way. It allows viewers to reflect on and share their personal experiences. The film opens the door to understanding the science of memory and it promotes an understanding of personal trauma and equally important an understanding about the important role of the community in helping victims of trauma through their healing process. "

Dr. Silvana Riggio, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

"The notion of memory (as in the process of creating memories) is something that is not well understood among people  and yet we all tend to see our own memories as infallible. The insights that are offered are both powerful and meaningful. I felt those insights washing over me like the different watercolor paintings as they flashed on the screen. This is a lovely presentation of profound ideas that are exceedingly difficult to explore in any medium, including film. And as more and more people (and their families) struggle with cognitive decline, the observations that are made in the film will strike a chord with even more of the viewers.  The real genius of this film is a clever way of framing what are very profound statements, narrated in a careful, thoughtfully-paced way, against the backdrop of changing watercolor images."

DC Shorts Film Festival

"As a neuroscientist who studies how emotional memories are represented in the human brain, I was thoroughly impressed by Viviane's insights about the dynamics and subtleties of memories, and I was deeply moved by the artful way these ideas were expressed. Viviane was able to express scientific concepts and biological mechanisms of memory using art. During the last decade there has been tremendous interest in the science of memory, particularly in light of new discoveries on the biology of memory storage and retrieval, which may allow modifying traumatic memories. Viviane's approach expresses these ideas in a very intuitive and artistic way."

 Daniela Schiller, PhD, Director of the Schiller Lab, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

24X a Second

The Cultural Arts Program, J Contemporary, Maitland, FL

October, 2018 

E. Craig Wall Jr. Academic Center Video Exhibition

Van Every I Smith Galleries at Davidson College, NC

November 15, 2018 - January 30, 2019

Paintings & Films of Viviane Silvera

Iron Gate East Gallery

June 30 - July 30, 2018

280 Elm Street, Southampton, NY

Scenes & Screens Festival

Altspace VR, Microsoft

June 5, 2018

The Cube Art Project

 presented by Union Bank & Trust, the city of Lincoln, Nebraska, Lincoln Partners for Public Art Development & WRK real estate.

May 2018 - May 2019

A Hazy Shade of Winter

Curated by James Salomon, Judy Black Memorial Gardens

Washington Depot, CT

November 17- December 18, 2017

Awareness Film Festival

Regal Cinemas L.A Live, Los Angeles, CA

October 15, 2017

Artists in Residence

Curated by James Salomon & Carole Reed

Standford White Estate, Southampton, NY

June, 2017

4Culture Gallery

Pioneer Square, Seattle

June 2017 - June 2018

MGM National Harbor

Marquis Wall, Washington, D.C

April - September, 2017

Sarah Lawrence College

Bronxville, NY

March 9, 2017

Viten Film Festival

Belgrade, Norway

November 8 -10, 2016

Imagine Science Film Festival

Anthology Film Archives, New York, NY

October 18, 2016

Blow-Up Chicago Art House Film Festival

Chicago, IL

November 8, 2016

American Psychological Association Film Festival

Denver, CO

August 4, 2016

University of Mary Washington

Fredericksburg, VA

November 1- 31, 2016

Joe's Pub at the Public Theatre

with live music by Paul Brill

New York, NY

June 22, 2016

The Art of Change

Marymount California University's Arts & Media Division

San Pedro, CA

June 2 - June 24, 2016

The Journal Club

 Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University

June, 2016

The Edward Hopper House 

Nyack, NY

May 6, 2016

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