New Leonardo Thinks Posting: Art and the Brain: What Does the Evidence Tell Us? by Amy Ione

Amy Ione argues that neurological studies are of more value when they do not try to “solve” art but rather are a part of how we enlarge our understanding of the creative process. Full article:  http://www.leoalmanac.org/index.php/lea/entry/art_and_the_brain_what_does_the_evidence_tell_us/


In press: Scheduled publication: Leonardo October 2012, Vol. 45, No. 3

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  1. > art & science, segueing jobs, nano ___________________ogies

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    To Amy's points
    "…but rather… a part of how we enlarge our understanding of the creative process. Artistic projects span the spectrum of human life, offering contextual commentary on every subject that intersects with cultural experience and formal statements as well. Our functioning brains are clearly also a part of all aspects of human life. Given how much there is much to learn about brain plasticity and brain functions, what projects can we advance that will further the study of creativity and how it links with human consciousness?"

    Distressing, being deluged with ubiquitous carbon copying and apparent brain waste of an individual's unique voice output mirroring their potential intellectual spectrum; and yet, these concepts could be in one-to one and to many broadcast mode; what I would refer to as 'mind voice networking.' A non-playground, tax and tollgate free, and comprising input to the realtime sortable pooling of spoken topical summaries at the epicenter of education. An intuitive, balanced motivation (% of societial requisites) & (% of participation in the whole).
    leif BRUSH

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