ART as Language
Science is starting to confirm what the Masters knew and every person that has ever been confronted with a strong image either soft and cuddly or deeply gruesome, knows. ART is a language.
Art has the capacity when designed and applied with forethought to convey a whole host of feelings and ideas simply by being in the sightline of the viewer – even with the viewer unaware.
The impact can be so strong, so visceral, grown men will weep at the site of a Michelangelo. Children cry at the site of clowns. Women will fall in love.
NeuroAesthetics – Where science, medicine and art converge.
Nobel Prize winning Neuropsychiatrist Eric Kandal spent decades researching the effect of ART on the human brain.
His book, The Age of Insight: The Quest to Understand the Unconscious in Art, Mind, and Brain speaks directly to what we all instinctively know, art evokes emotion.
Advocating for the precise use of ART in healthcare, the workplace, and in public space is always an exciting adventure.
Whether you are Facilities Director, Marketing Manager, Foundations Director or Artist, seeing you space transformed with light, color, texture and content is a journey you don’t want to miss.
The transformations in the environment and the people that live and work there can be extraordinary.
Welcome to the journey.
Evidence-Based Art, as defined by The Center for Health Design, is exclusively related to artwork selected within specific parameters that are conducive to the needs within the healthcare community as a component of the greater field of study known as Evidence-Based Design. Healthcare is only one area of service provided by Evidence Based ART | New York. Additional markets include corporate, academic, not-for-profit and government institutions.