Perceptions of people: Jean-Dominique Bauby, The Count of Monte Cristo, Edward III and Willliam of Montacute

(Author: Mark Ware MFA) When we are asked to describe others (aside from family and close friends), we tend to offer shallow summaries such as, he or she is ‘kind’, ‘generous’, ‘arrogant’, ‘attractive’, ‘devious’, ‘mean’ ‘caring’ and so on.  This simplistic way of describing others may be due to the aspects of perceptual processing that

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Understanding time and painting Exeter Cathedral and Gloucester Cathedral with light

(Author: Mark Ware MFA) Exeter Cathedral and Gloucester Cathedral are both generously supporting the wavelength project . They will host some of the creative outcomes that will arise from the project’s art/science collaboration next year and they offer some of the most remarkable environments in which to exhibit artwork and stage performances. The two cathedrals

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The Brain

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Nature

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Art

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