CALL ME

The brain and the eye may have a contractual relationship in which the brain has agreed to believe what the eye sees, but in return the eye has agreed to look for what the brain wants

Daniel Gilbert (social psychologist )

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4 responses to “CALL ME

  1. The eye never silent, even closed. Thank you, looking forward for the next.

  2. Tiffany

    Very interesting juxtapositions of art, human faces and nature. Thank you for the new perspectives!

  3. What a delightful collection! Juxtapositions that illuminate the art and the art of looking at the art. Inspiring.

  4. yourmai

    As usual, I’m awestruck with your exhibit, Mariuca. It is thoughtful, provocative, and beautiful. What a wonderful way to see & think. Thank you for this special treat, Dixie

    Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2015 14:22:32 +0000 To: martin_dixie@hotmail.com

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