Thesis Info

Thesis Title
Identification Mathematical Patterns and Behavioral-physiological isomorphisms In Expression Of Model Abstract Art
Danilo Andrade de Meneses
2nd Author
3rd Author
Master (in progress)
Number of Pages
not yet finalized
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
Thesis Supervisor
Maira Monteiro Fróes
Supervisor e-mail
froes AT
Other Supervisor(s)
José Otávio Pompeu e Silva
Language(s) of Thesis
Department / Discipline
History of science, techniques and epistemology
Languages Familiar to Author
Poutuguese, English and French
URL where full thesis can be found
not yet available
abstract art; cognitive neuroscience; biophisics; mathematical patterns
Abstract: 200-500 words
At all levels, from the biophysical/biological for cognitive-behavioral operate creatively structuring order - or structuring of intelligence. Such structuring would be identifiable as isomorphic related expression multimodal demonstration. Therefore, any detectable in human functioning level.             In abstract art, in particular, bet on the assumption that the work of art expresses a meta-readable code. We are interested in the attempt, the search for this coding system, we believe printed on neurophysiological and behavioral activities dictated by cognitive processing unaware.            So my goal is to investigate the possibility of equivalent mathematical patterns in physiological and behavioral traces from the artist when creating abstractionist artwork, as conductance measurements of skin temperature and wrist acceleration relating them pictorial draws of the finished structure.