Paul Woodrow (Canada) has been involved in performance art, installation, video, painting and improvised music’s since the late 1960s. He co-founded W.O.R.K.S. with Clive Robertson in 1972. He has exhibited extensively in Japan, France, Italy, Sweden, England, Belgium, Russia, Puerto Rico, Argentina, and the USA, including the Museum of Modern Art, Stockholm and The Tate Gallery, London. He is the co-founder with Alan Dunning and Morley Hollenberg of Einstein’s Brain Project (1996) an organization that examines the idea of the world as a construct sustained through the neurological processes contained within the brain. Paul is an art theory specialist teaching at the University of Calgary.