“Patrick Hughes has unashamedly trekked through the no-man’s-land between Art and Science, demonstrating the brain’s remarkable powers not with brain scanners and fancy equipment, but with stunning images that are personal in a very special way – responding to the command of every viewer. His work raises questions just as profound about the mechanisms in our brains as it does about the nature of an artistic presentation.” Professor Sir Colin Blakemore writes on the backcover. Focusing largely on work from the past four years, this beautifully illustrated book includes essays by the art historians Martin Kemp and Dawn Ades, the scientist Thomas Papathomas and the friend and critic of Patrick Hughes, Murray McDonald. Each edition includes the DVD, Hughesually, The Art of Patrick Hughes.
- Hardcover: 240 pages
- First published by: Flowers Gallery, London 2014
- ISBN: 978-1-906-41266-1
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