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Articles by M. A. Greenstein:

Ping! Drape!: Revivifying the 21c. Body Electric in Australian Performance Art

This afternoon, my talk grows from questions I’d like to raise for our neuroscientists, and other discussants, namely: Does the brain know the difference between an imagined and actual reality? And if so, how? Or to put it another way, given the aging brain in terms of human life cycles, how does the brain select for valuing the imagined, yet performed there and then, as as distinct from the performed here and now?

This post is in: Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #3 (2003-04)

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