Neuro Art & Neurographica
Neurographica is a newer art method that works with the subconscious and combines elements of psychology, neuroscience, and creativity.
It was developed by Russian artist, architect, psychologist, business trainer, and coach Pavel Piskarev in 2014. The word "neurographica" is a combination of "neuro", referring to the brain and nervous system, and "graphica", referring to drawing or graphics.
Neurographica involves a specific technique of drawing that aims to tap into the subconscious mind and unlock personal insights, emotions, and patterns of thinking. The process involves creating abstract or semi-abstract drawings using specific guidelines and shapes. These drawings are often focused on a particular issue, question, or emotion that the individual wants to explore.
Through the act of drawing, neurographica aims to activate neural connections in the brain and facilitate the release of emotions, the exploration of inner conflicts, and the discovery of new perspectives. It is considered a form of self-expression and a tool for personal growth, introspection, and problem-solving.
Neurographica is often used in therapeutic settings, as well as for personal development and creative exploration. It can be practiced individually or in groups, and it doesn't require any artistic skill or prior experience. The emphasis is on the process of drawing and the insights that arise from it, rather than the final artistic result.
With Neurographica, the subject or topic is always more important than the art or object! Neurographica is drawn to achieve certain results!!