Jordan’s TED talk provides the arguments that go along with his stunning photographs and conceptual projects.
Scott delivered a version of this talk at NDSU in about 2008. The talk is a great example of visual communication, and he illustrates, through biography, what the scientific mind can produce when it applies itself to art.
Fascinating, engaging TED talk that happens to draw on the same kind of brain hemispheric action that this course (and visual culture) invoke. Complete Photography even suggests right off the bat that “Photography draws on both side of our brains—the logical left and the intuitive right. The logical side helps operate the camera mechanism; the intuitive side helps direct the content, composition, and emotional intent of the picture.”