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Conference cycle “Scientific Criteria for Increasing the Attractiveness of an Artwork”

Nicola Colecchia, neural psychologist and former lecturer in General Psychology at the University of Bologna and the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Chieti, has conducted specific research on the biological bases of aesthetic taste and on the processes of the “automatic processing” of visual and multisensory information.
Using the neural network model, he has demonstrated that the success or oblivion of an artwork are determined by biopsychic mechanisms underlying the cultural and stylistic stratifications of the work itself.
He currently supervises Synapticart, a laboratory for the optimization of visual and multisensory systems.
–      The first conference of 30th January 2013, entitled “Art and Science Today” addresses three topics:
a)       the historical evolution of scientific models and approaches to the visual arts (mathematics, psychological theories, digital technologies, instrumental microanalysis for the dating of works, neuroaesthetics);
b)       the groundbreaking application of the self-generating neural network model to complex visual systems;
c)       the operational utility of neural models for both the creation and fruition of the visual arts.

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