The Bicameral Face solo Exhibition
July 18 - August 22, 2009 at the Brownsville Museum of Fine Art


Installation view


Nancy in front of "Nancy" portrait

The Bicameral Face is an adventure in portraiture showing the effect of the functions of the brain on the face.   Using digital photographs, I produced a totally right sided face and a totally left sided face along with the normal visage. This more clearly identified each subject’s personas. I am asking viewers to consider what the brain is doing within my 14 photographed subjects to create the facial differences (42 images). I referenced Julian Jaynes bicameral face theory as a springboard.





Nancy with Rodrigo Perez-Segnini


Watching the Bicameral Face video by Ruben Avila

Watch the video by Ruben Avila: coming soon...