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In our daily interactions with others, it often happens unconsciously - we touch someone‘s arm or trigger a reaction in someone. But how does this action occur? Are our socialisations, genetics, hormones, or the complex structure of our brains responsible for it? Why do we do what we do? Is it possible to do something even if we don‘t want to? Or how can we do something without actively deciding to do so?


These questions have deeply engaged me and inspired my artistic research titled „Be(Have).“ Triggered by the exploration of neuroplasticity and influenced by Robert Sapolsky‘s book „Behave,“ I delved into the mechanisms of our behavior.


In this process, I used the medium of painting as a tool for my artistic research. I experimented with various painting techniques to trick my mind and influence my actions without consciously controlling them.

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