Cognitive Experiments

Cognitive Experiments draw on Artistic Relativity Theory (what some called Cubism) , Suprematism (Malevich), and Abstract Expressionism. Techniques involve glazing (up to 50 layers in almost homeopathic concentrations) on heavy paper, canvas and wood panels. These paintings seek to conspire with the viewer’s mind to create new ways of seeing ideas. Some insight can be gained by reading about neuroaesthetics, but that is not what they are about.

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