Ever wonder what a person’s actual experience is when they are standing before a work of art? It’s time to get the “inside scoop.” Prepare yourself for the fascinating results from the largest study ever done involving eye tracking and art – plus facial coding, to learn precisely not only where people look, but also how they feel about what they’re seeing. This lecture draws on insights gathered across the mediums of painting, photography, sculpture, and ready-made installations from the Renaissance to the latest contemporary works.
Dan Hill, PhD, NHS class of ’78, is the author of 9 books and has given talks in more than 20 countries. Media coverage has included: a front-page profile in The New York Times, interviews on ABC’s “Good Morning, America” and NBC’s “The Today Show” and repeat appearances on CNN, Fox, MSNBC