A new gallery show in Oxford presents the work of artists affected by neurological conditions, and contemporary art inspired by discoveries in neuroscience. We interviewed the three co-curators of the show about issues in art and neuroscience.
Tag - visual art
Ahead of an art/brain panel discussion this week in Brooklyn, NY, Noah Hutton presents an outline of the current state of the dialogue between the arts and brain sciences, with three major lines of inquiry apparent.
Greg Dunn is a visual artist and has a Ph.D in neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania. It's not so easy to tell at first glance whether Dunn is painting a branching pattern of a plant or that of a neuron. But maybe that's the point.
We are proud to present the work of Constance Jacobson, Audrey Goldstein, and Heidi Whitman, three inventive artists who are exploring the wilderness of the human brain.
Three artists. Three approaches to visualizing our inner landscapes. This month we present interviews with Constance Jacobson, Audrey Goldstein, and Heidi Whitman, three contemporary artists whose work is decidedly brain-themed, ranging from...
Some names must be mentioned in any conversation of both current and past work in the art and brain dialogue.