Have caught a bit of a cold so my brain has been a bit fuzzy the last few days. Ironic really, as am in the middle of preparatory research for my final art project for this year, and the topic is neuroscience. Yes. Seriously.
I love it, especially as I've been fascinated by neuroplasticity and the latest discoveries in neuroscience for the past couple of years -- so reading up on different types of neuroses (case studies) and what happens when things go wrong with our brains, has been fascinating. It's also made me realise how fragile we really are. But I'll leave that discourse for my college art blog, for another day.
Here's a glimpse at a couple of rough sketches I made while researching the subject of neuroscience in general, and while reading The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks ...
I love the fact that they're different from the art I normally produce. As far as I'm concerned it means that I'm learning new things, and that's always good. Really good.
Wishing you a healthy, happy week. Cheers.