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-A new article on the brain areas involved in aesthetics (link)

A new interview (in Italian) Come funziona il cervello davanti ad un’opera d’arte? Perché piace ciò che piace? ll neuroscienziato Luca Ticini ne parla all’Università di Bologna.

-18 May 2017: Dr. Ticini will give a talk on art an the brain at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.  

>>>>What you just missed 

7 April 2017:  Dr. Ticini will participate in a discussion panel with architect Massimo Iosa Ghini in occasion of international event Salone del Mobile in Milano, benchmark event for the furnishing and design sectors (link1link2).

-17 March 2017: Dr. Ticini will give a talk on art an the brain at the University of Bologna, Italy. “Perché ci piace quello che ci piace. La fruizione estetica dal punto di vista della neurofisiologia”. (leaflet)

-Until February 2017: “The physics of light and the perception of colour in Giacomo Balla’s oeuvre” by Luca F. Ticini, printed in the catalogue of the exhibition “Futur Balla”, Fondazione Ferrero, Alba, Italy Balla

-6 February 2017, Milano (3PM): Dr. Ticini will introduce the theme “Perché piace ciò che piace (Why we like what we like)” at the Center for Excellence on Neurodegenerative disorders at the University of Milano, Italy. Place: Aula Magna dell’Università degli Studi di Milano, in via Festa del Perdono. (click HERE to see the whole program)

-28 September 2016: Dr. Ticini discussed art (dance & figurative art) and the brain at Il Bello dell’Italia #ilbellodellitalia. Trieste, Italy. An event organised by “Corriere della Sera”. Article (in Italian) Video (in Italian)



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