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Reductionism in art and brain science : Bridging the two cultures

Reductionism in art and brain science : Bridging the two cultures

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kandel, Eric R., 1929-
Title Statement
Reductionism in art and brain science : Bridging the two cultures / Eric R. Kandel.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Columbia University Press,   2016   (2018 printing).  
Physical Medium
x, 226 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780231179621 (cloth : alk. paper) 9780231179638 (pbk.) 9780231542081 (electronic)
Content Notes
Introduction. The emergence of a reductionist school of abstract art in New York -- The Beginning of a Scientific Approach to Art -- The Biology of the Beholder's Share: Visual Perception and Bottom-Up Processing in Art -- The Biology of Learning and Memory: Top-Down Processing in Art -- A Reductionist Approach to Art. Reductionism in the Emergence of Abstract Art -- Mondrian and the Radical Reduction of the Figurative Image -- The New York School of Painters -- How the Brain Processes and Perceives Abstract Images -- From Figuration to Color Abstraction -- Color and the Brain -- A Focus on Light -- A Reductionist Influence on Figuration -- The Emerging Dialogue Between Abstract Art and Science. Why Is Reductionism Successful in Art? -- A Return to the Two Cultures.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [197]-208) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Art --Psychology. Reductionism. Visual perception. Neurosciences and the arts.
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Table of Contents

Part I: Two Cultures Meet in the New York School Introduction 1. The Emergence of an Abstract School of Art in New York Part II: A Reductionist Approach to Brain Science 2. The Beginning of a Scientific Approach to the Perception of Art 3. The Biology of the Beholder''s Share: Visual Perception and Bottom-Up Processing in Art 4. The Biology of Learning and Memory: Top-Down Processing in Art Part III: A Reductionist Approach to Art 5. Reductionism in the Emergence of Abstract Art 6. Mondrian and the Radical Reduction of the Figurative Image 7. The New York School of Painters 8. How the Brain Processes and Perceives Abstract Images 9. From Figuration to Color Abstraction 10. Color and the Brain 11. A Focus on Light 12. A Reductionist Influence on Figuration Part IV: The Emerging Dialogue Between Abstract Art and Science 13. Why Is Reductionism Successful in Art? 14. A Return to the Two Cultures Acknowledgments Notes References Illustration Credits Index

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