LUDOVICA LUMER

Neurobiologa, psicoanalista con studio a New York-US. Ha conseguito il PhD all’University College London, UK, dove ha lavorato nel Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology diretto da Semir Zeki, conducendo ricerche nel campo della neuroestetica sulla relazione tra percezione visiva e rappresentazione artistica. E’ co-autrice (con Lois Oppenheim) di For Want of Ambiguity: Order and Chaos in Art, Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience (2019), (with Marta Dell’Angelo) C’è da perderci la testa: scoprire il cervello giocando con l’arte (2010), e (con  Semir Zeki) La bella e la Bestia (2011).

Ludovica Lumer is a  biologist, psychoanalyst with a private practice in New York City, USA. She earned her PhD from University College London, UK, where she worked in the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology conducting research in the field of neuroaesthetics on the relationship between visual perception and artistic representation. She is the co-author (with Lois Oppenheim) of For Want of Ambiguity: Order and Chaos in Art, Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience (2019), (with Marta Dell’Angelo) C’è da perderci la testa: scoprire il cervello giocando con l’arte (2010), and (with Semir Zeki) La bella e la Bestia (2011).