Neurobiology and the Art of Walking in Paris

Alan T. Marty has written this essay that  speculates about the Neurobiology of the Sublime as it relates to the art of travel in Paris. He is keen on receiving inputs from people interested in the biological basis of art and aesthetics.

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  1. The only artist who really knew what “sublimity” is, was Barnett Newman.
    His painting has been thoroughly analyzed by Oliver Elbs in his brand-new Seminar-script on Neuroesthetics (especially Chapter 4), which you can download and read here:

    Click to access SeminarElbs2013.pdf

    It is the latest (always up-dated!) and most comprehensive account of neuro-esthetics you can find at the moment in the web.

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