Oh how I adore the practice and style of the Neuroreview (I attribute myself for that neologism). The method is a difficult one, though. Try blending the self-annihilating prose of neurophilosophy with the transcendent materialism of international art criticism and you in a black hole of concepts and (parallax) point of views. But I still love the effort och fusing introspection with artistic pondering. In latest Frieze Magazine lecturer in English Michael Sayeau writes about literature and the way of the brain:
New forms of communication and transformation disrupt our senses of space and time, while developments in the human sciences call into question many of the age-old ways in which we have understood who we are.
Spot on. Continue reading here.