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1. Introduction; 2. Brain; 3. Body; 4. World.
Gregory Minissale is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Art History at the University of Auckland where he teaches contemporary art and theory. He is the author of Framing Consciousness in Art (2009) and Images of Thought (2006).
'This book is well written and clear in its presentation. The author explores experimental aesthetics, neuroaesthetics, and cognitive psychology in depth, incisively pointing out problematic issues in each area related to processes underlying the creation and appreciation of contemporary art. A pleasure to read.' Gerald Cupchik, University of Toronto Scarborough 'A really ambitious work that provides an impressive review of much recent psychological, and especially neuropsychological, research as well as many perceptive suggestions on how it can be applied to contemporary art. Highly sophisticated in its handling of both psychology and art.' John Onians, University of East Anglia