Updating the Surrealist Movement (2013-2016)

What do Cognitive Science and Surrealism have in common? Surrealism was considered as pure psychic automatism, by which one proposes to express, either verbally, in writing, or by any other manner, the real functioning of thought. Dictation of thought in the absence of all control exercised by reason, outside of all aesthetic and moral preoccupation.

This is an art-science project that Albert has been developing at the same time that his PhD thesis was advancing. This work proposes a reinterpretation-actualisation of the surrealist movement through the contemporary research knowledge in Cognitive Science. It has been awarded by the Cambridge Neuroscience Society and the SciArt Center of New York, exhibited at University College London and City, University of London, received funds from the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies, presented at Pint of Science Festival (UK) and TEDxYouth Barcelona

The Awakening of a New Day (2015)
Oil on canvas (60 x 49.5 cm)
Private Collection (Spain)

The Origin of Species (2015) 
Oil on canvas (50.8 x 40.6cm)
Private Collection (Spain)

Bounded Rationality – Tribute Painting Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin (Germany) (2015)
Oil on canvas (60 x 49.5cm).
Private Collection (Spain)

 

Portrait of Sol (2015)
Oil on canvas (50.8 x 40.6cm).
Private Collection (Spain)

Basket of CPUs (2016)
Oil on canvas (60 cm × 49.5 cm)
Private Collection (Spain)

Journey Of and From the Mind (2015) 
Oil on canvas (40.6 cm × 50.8 cm) 
Private Collection (Spain)

Study on Surrealism (2015) 
Mixed Media on Encyclopedia.
Private Collection (Spain)

To Forget (?) (2014) 
Photography on board
Private Collection (Spain)

Timeless Perception or LOVE (2014) 
Photography on board
Private Collection (Spain)

Quantum Nightmares (2014) 
Oil on palettes (22 x 30 cm) x2 
Private Collection (Spain)

 

 

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