Article by Gabrielle Bazacas Cabral, presented at the VII Meeting of Anthropology of Science and Technology, in May 2019, entitled "Instrumental Transcommunication and senses: possible approaches".
In this article, Gabrielle draws a parallel between the interdisciplinary study of forms of human sensory perception and the sensory perceptions generated and stimulated by ICT experiments, blurring the boundaries between the visible/invisible, the audible/inaudible and the material/spiritual._cc781905- 5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_
She quotes in the article an analysis of the work of the TCISeattle group through a modern anthropological view, demonstrating that there is no hierarchy or clear divisions between the senses, but perception inhabits the entire body.
We thank Gabrielle Cabral for the care and respect dedicated to our research, and we take the opportunity to congratulate her on the publication of the work and its scientific quality.
Gabrielle Bazacas Cabral holds a Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences (UFRGS), a Master's student at the Graduate Program in Social Anthropology at UFRGS and a member of the Nucleus of Studies in Religion (NERUFRGS). Has experience in Anthropology of religion, researching relationships between spirituality and science, spiritism and religious materialities.