The digital art on this website was created while being depressed and having many bouts of bipolar… it is known that geniuses use the same emotions as someone with a mental disorder and people who suffer from bipolar/depression tend to be highly creative – creativity progressively took away the sadness of our reality.
The combination of these elements are a great way to comprehend the mysteries of the mind but due to the limitations of our being it’s something we won’t fully resolve. We can only philosophise all that we know and understand from both the external and internal world.
Even though there have been great philosophers such as Sigmund Freud who suggested the three structural model of the psyche; Id, Ego and Super-ego. There were also others who had their theoretical views on this but evidently this was how they understood and believed consciousness was composted.
However, consciousness, despite the advances of science, is still a great mystery to human knowledge…
The Human Mind Project
“The human brain is one of the greatest challenges facing 21st-century science…” – the Human Mind Project has risen to the challenge.
Visit the Science Museum’s Who Am I? exhibition.