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Articles by Andrew Patrizio:

Neuro-Curo

Earlier on this week there was series on BBC television called ‘How Art Made the World‘. While the programme’s direction presented serious difficulties for me, the last episode did have a striking proposition concerning humanity’s earliest imagery depicted in caves – the possibility that, rather than being representations of hunting scenes or anything else, these paintings have far more to do with sensory depravation, and as a result are direct neurological images projected onto cave walls.

This post is in: Curating the Neural-Sensorial - Cognitive,Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #4 (2005-07)

The Phantom Limb in Contemporary Art and Exhibition Practice

There are many possible ways of beginning my contribution but I think I will relate to you when Marq Smith and I last met. This was at a conference he co-organised at the ICA, London in 2000 on Prosthetics and Cultural Theory. I was the only person speaking about phantom limbs rather than the main topic which was prosthetics in cultural studies and art.

This post is in: 3. Co-evolutionary Cultural and Aesthetic Practices,Phantom Limb (2004)

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