The state of human decay, a traumatic scenery is frequently visualized by painters in medieval times with “inside-out” contemplations about various creatures such as angels, demons and others residing inside the skull compartment floating out in proximity to the mortality scene, symbolizing the departure of the soul. Contemplating being a photographer in medieval days and a neuroscientist these days, in […]
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