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Articles by Isabelle Moffat:

This is Tomorrow: A Case of Psychoneural Isomorphism

So the precedent of the show that Richard Hamilton did in 1951 for which a catalog was published called Aspects of Form, which aspired from essays by Herbert Reed and Ernst Hans Gombrich, Rudolph Arnheim and Konrad Lorenz also had essays mostly by scientists, mathematicians, brain researchers, and also people who were interested in sound and waves and stuff like that. So what I will be talking about is the attitude of a group of artists in the 1950s towards science and the way that they positioned themselves using the role of the scientist and their methodology.

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

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