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Semir Zeki, who was the first who wrote a study on "Visual Brain", is Professor of Brain Research at University College, London. His past work has focused on the visual perception of the brain. Recently, he began to focus on the neurobiological basis for art and aesthetics. He is a member of the Royal Society and a foreign member of the American Philosophical Society. Sami Zeki has also founded the Institute of Neuroesthetics.
Semir Zeki is a British neurobiologist with research interests in the visual system of visual perception through the brain and the neurobiological basis for art and aesthetics.
Zeki is Professor of Brain Research, University College London. He belongs to the Royal Society and is a corresponding member of the American Philosophical Society. He also publishes The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.
Professor Semir Zeki, has published many articles on the subject of vision and brain and he has written and published two books: A Vision of the Brain. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1993. Inner Vision: an exploration of art and the brain. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999. In addition, he served as co-author on the book by the French painter Balthus with: La Quête de l' Essentiel. Archimbaud, Paris 1995. Professor Semir Zeki is also editor of The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.
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