Category Archives: Neoconceptual 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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Marija Gimbutas Memorial Lecture

Marija Gimbutas (1921-1994) Marija Gimbutas was a renowned Lithuanian American archeologist whose major research accomplishments were in the Neolithic and Bronze Age cultures of “Old Europe”, and her “Kurgan Hypothesis” in which the Proto-Indo-European origins […]

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Memory Threads

I was honored to be invited to exhibit my artwork as part of the celebration of the 75-year anniversary of Lithuania’s National Library of Medicine. Pieces from three series will be on display: Memory, Sybils […]

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On permanent display at the University of Chicago

With Macol Cerda we finished the permanent installation of the Columns of Thought at the University of Chicago’s Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge. The atrium is named after my wife, Sigita, and myself. […]

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