Recent posts on Neuroscience
There is a little interview with me on the neuroscience-blog Mind the Brain. My Japan paintings each play a bit with perception-effects – and I want to get more into that. I’ve also made a little illustration for their article about the choice paradox. It’s about the finding that we always want more choice, but … Continue reading Choosing Science! Interview and Illu
I’ve posted earlier about synesthesia, which is a mixing of senses that some (surprisingly many) people have. Of one of the trailers in the post, you can see now the full version – it looks fantastic. Took them a looong time to make the 10 minute movie, since synesthetes have very specific sensations. They are … Continue reading Go Watch Some Sounds!
The term neural plasticity describes the fact that our brain is highly flexible to adapt. Everything we learn changes the our structure of neurons physically. I think the way how this works relates to the question whether you should paint digitally or with traditional media. Here is a TED-Talk by Michael Merzenich, outlining some of … Continue reading Brain Plasticity and Traditional Media
My travel to Dresden was short, but enough to fill two postings (here’s part one). And I also want to tell some of my new plans for the coming months. The first thing: Get better quality reproductions of my paintings. If anyone knows a good place for scanning – please let me know. I searched … Continue reading Dresden Part Two and Other News