Category Archives: Neoconceptual Art

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Consciousness and cortical lesions

       In the spring of 1996, I was exercising in the basement on my stationary bicycle. I had a knee injury which prohibited other types of physical sport activities. Taking care of the […]

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Contributing to the care of children with cerebral palsy

Although I retired from clinical practice a decade ago, it is truly gratifying that I am still being called upon to assist researchers who care for children with severe cerebral palsy. PLOS ONE had requested […]

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Neurotheology: revisited

Given that all gallery and museum exhibits are now virtual, Matthew Dean, the Director of the University Chapels at the University of Chicago, asked me to prepare a set of images revisiting my first art […]

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American Academy of Neurology Board of Directors

In the current issue of AANnews (April 2020) there is a photograph of the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Neurology. They are sitting and standing in front of my painting, Reciprocal Altruism […]

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Hippocampal Memory and Quantum Consciousness

The installation, Hippocampal Memory, was 13 x 32 feet (over 400 square feet) in size and the cylindrical conduit along the ceiling was 80 feet long, for an additional 240 square feet of interacting neurons. […]

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Informatika and Quantum Consciousness

In this expansive installation at the Lubeznik Center for the Arts in Michigan City, Indiana, I used over 1,500 of my Thought Fragments. The theme related to information processing in our central nervous systems, and […]

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THOUGHT FRAGMENTS

Several years ago, as part of my Mindscapes exhibit at the Beverly Arts Center in Chicago, I created four, 8 x 9 foot, wall installations, that I called Thought Fragments. I took previously exhibited, large-scale […]

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Fragile-X syndrome and the Mayo Clinic

The images show the first fragile-X syndrome chromosome preparation done at the Mayo Clinic. The primary impetus for my leaving the study of particle physics in college, and going into neurobiology, was to try to […]

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Quantum Consciousness: First Investigation

With the New Year, I established an art studio in an expansive building built by my uncle, Vaclovas Gutauskas SJ. He raised all of the funds necessary to build and maintain the Lithuanian Center, the […]

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Microtubules, Consciousness and Down Syndrome

When I went to college at the University of Chicago, it was to study particle physics—to understand what the world is made of. During my second year, despite my protests, I had to take a […]

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