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Strangers in the Mirror What’s it like to face a faceless world?...

Strangers in the Mirror

What’s it like to face a faceless world? Acclaimed neurologist Oliver Sacks once apologized for almost bumping into a large bearded man, only to realize he was speaking to a mirror.

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Ink Self Portrait

This self portrait was made entirely with ink fingerprints. The style of art is based off of the work of Chuck Close.

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Coping with Face Blindness The ability to recognize faces is an...

Coping with Face Blindness

The ability to recognize faces is an important social adaptation. Those who are face blind—what is known as prosopagnosia—can easily be assumed as rude or inconsiderate or just plain mean, when they unintentionally ignore a person they know.

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Chuck Close Portraits

5th grade entered their shapes unit and immediately took off running with these portraits inspired by artist Chuck Close:

Originally I wanted these to be self portraits, but the students were very shy about taking their own picture, so we talked about role models and idols- people who we look up to or want to be like. 111 more words

MCA, Chuck Close, prints, process and collaboration

  
images (top left to bottom right):  Self-portrait (yellow raincoat), archival watercolour pigment print, 2013, Bob, acrylic on gessoed canvas, 1969-70, installation view Room 4… 627 more words

Contemporary Australian Art