A new study brings us closer to understanding when and how viewing online paintings can impact our well-being.
This article explores an intersection between the critique of racism and power relations in teaching and the factography developed in the Soviet Union in the 1920s.
"Art and Neurological Disorders" is an exposé of how different neurological disorders may influence and/or relate to the artistic process, with a particular focus on visual art and painting.
The collaborative project objectively measured how people move in front of an artwork using a new tracking tool, and show how individual movement patterns impact art experience.
On March 3, Matthew Pelowski presented his research at at Bristol Vision Institute, University of Bristol.
Invitation to the public reading and discussion about Christoph Schlingensief's Opera Village Africa
with Sarah Hegenbart
written by Corinna Kühnapfel UNIVE PhD candidates Stephanie Miller and Theresa Demmer will present their research at the 2nd Annual Doctoral Conference Vienna Doctoral School CoBeNe PhD Academy on Friday, February 2nd at the University of Vienna. The two-day student-organised event brings together researchers from Psychology, Neuroscience, Behavioral/Cognitive Biology and Cognitive Humanities. Please find the […]
Sarah Hegenbart's new book "From Bayreuth to Burkina Faso: Christoph Schlingensief's Opera Village Africa as postcolonial Gesamtkunstwerk?" in which she shows how art can be transformative on the basis of Opera Village Africa, has just been published.
ARTIS members met for the second big ARTIS research workshop, this time in Vienna.
ARTIS and the Association of Neuroesthetics Berlin (AoN_Platform for Art and Neuroscience) invite to the 1st AoN Working Table on Aesthetic Cognitivism (The scientific perspective) on the occasion of the 59th Venice Biennale of Art, Location TBA, Venice, November 24th, 2022, 11:30am-1:30pm