"The encounter between two disciplines does not take place where one begins to reflect on the other, but where one realizes it has to resolve for itself, by its own means, a problem similar to the one confronted by the other." – Deleuze
Neuroscientist Heather Bimonte-Nelson of the Memory and Aging Lab at Arizona State University paints in order to visualize her research. Her artwork depicts neurons, cells, memories, and seizures. Check out this article about her and her work.
About the author
Ben Ehrlich's new book "The Dreams of Santiago Ramón y Cajal" will be published by Oxford University Press in 2016. Ben is a 2015 Salzburg Global Seminar fellow in Neuroscience and Art.