Signal To Cortex | V1 - Limited Edition of 2 Artwork by Patryk Kuleta ᵗʳʸⁿᶦᵈᵃᵈᵃ ᴾᴷ

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New Media: Digital, Color, Full spectrum, Found Objects, New Media on Paper.

Why are some visual stimuli consciously detected, whereas others remain subliminal? We investigated the fate of weak visual stimuli in the visual and frontal cortex of awake monkeys trained to report stimulus presence. Reported stimuli were associated with strong sustained activity in the frontal cortex, and frontal activity was weaker and quickly decayed for unreported stimuli. Information about weak stimuli could be lost at successive stages en route from the visual to the frontal cortex, and these propagation failures were confirmed through microstimulation of area V1. Fluctuations in response bias and sensitivity during perception of identical stimuli were traced back to prestimulus brain-state markers. A model in which stimuli become consciously reportable when they elicit a nonlinear ignition process in higher cortical areas explained our results.

Inspired by life and my girlfriend's dad brain surgery which left us with questions of how brain is a significantly complex structure.
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Comes with holograms and Authenticity Certificate with water marks.

PRINTED ON: Hahnemühle Photo Rag White 310 g/m2
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PRINTED AREA IS 76cm by 116cm.

- 2CM WHITE BORDER FROM EACH SIDE -


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Signal To Cortex | V1 - Limited Edition of 2

Patryk Kuleta ᵗʳʸⁿᶦᵈᵃᵈᵃ ᴾᴷ

Poland

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Size: 31.5 W x 47.2 H x 0 in

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