Ludovica Lumer, neurobiologist and philosopher, works since 1997 at the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology (University College London), with Semir Zeki, where she has carried seminal research in the field of Neuroaesthetics, studying the relationship between visual perception and artistic representation. In 2005 she opens an art gallery in Milan. She has published numerous scientific papers on important scientific magazines, as well as contributions to art catalogues, and with Marta Dell'Angelo authored C'è da perderci la testa. Scoprire il cervello giocando con l'arte (Laterza, 2009) and with Semir Zeki La bella e la bestia. Arte e neuroscienze (Laterza, 2011). She lectures at the Psychology Department of the Milano-Bicocca University.
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