"Conceptual art made simple for neuroaesthetics"
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9:267
Mouse over here for a brief summary or click to open article in a new tab.Cognitive neuroscience and conceptual art share some interesting common ground. Both are concerned with very basic questions about meaning and objecthood. By focusing on reductionist and contrastive aspects of conceptual art, perhaps neuroscience methods can be applied to the investigation of such questions using everyday objects.