Neural Architecture no. 6 was the final installation in the series of nervous systems for buildings. A labyrinth of communication channels wove through the galleries of Nashville’s 1930’s former Post Office-turned-art center. This last network was the most like a brain, integrating Neural Architecture’s visual and eavesdropping senses-closed circuit video allowed viewers to observe themselves and spy on other visitors, and baby monitors built into the network transmitted sound to acoustical satellite clusters throughout the building- and sorted information into live “experience” and recorded “memory.”