Cerebromatics is a future language of science, invented in 1964 by the Polish author, futurologist and theorist of science, Stanislav Lem. With this term Lem was anticipating a cognitive correspondence to prosthetics – the technological manipulation of the neuronal brain structure.
Ten researchers from disciplines far apart and who have never met one another, discussed the metaphors and difficulties arising out of interfaces between the organism and technology in the brain. The audience was able to follow the conversations live from the viewing room or participate as extras. Documents with statements and songs by the scientists, visual and film materials as well as the first trailer clips were also on display.