Camiba Gallery: Neuroplastic

Zoë Shulman’s 'Neuroplastic' is a series of visionary paintings, drawings, metal prints, and animations by the Austin-based artist, wielding geometric abstraction to explore the intersections between psychotherapy, psychedelic medicine, and art therapy. Note one: Shulman created these while undergoing cognitive behavioral therapy and clinical ketamine treatments. Note two: These are amazing works of art – the sort of painstakingly wrought abstractions that rely as much on craft as on cognition – and they're well worth your stopping-by time.
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Past dates: Through Feb. 26
6448 Hwy. 290 E. Ste. A-102, 512/937-5921
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