Memory Distortions in a Museum Tour – Mice (and fMRI) Tell the Truth

Our brain is neither a camera nor a computer, but a faulty and happy machine… And creative

How Your Brain Looks at Art – Molecular Yoga and Beholder’s Share

On a cold winter day, when someone opens a door to get into our warm house, a cold blast of air also comes in. How Houdini dreamed

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Is That de Kooning A Joke?

The Nobel prize-winning chemist Harold Kroto, in a lecture he gave in the British Library in 2006 asserted that all science started with art, with forms and shapes, and seeking balance and symmetry.

A recent research report  from Simon Fraser University professor Travis  Proulx claimed that abstract art is less threatening than absurd (surrealist) art,

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