06 November 2005

Researches of BM-Science have participated in the exhibition "Siblings in Art" (HAUS DER KUNST, Munich) with a public lecture on "Giftedness, Twins and Visual Art".

The lecture tries to answer such questions as: Why ordinary individuals cannot draw naturalistic scenes unless they are taught the tricks and schema to do so, even though their brains obviously possess all of the necessary visual information required to draw and perform the calculations necessary to label three-dimensional objects? Why gifted people can do this without special education? What is so special in the brain of gifted people? Which situations in the real life may course conditions favourable for development and realization of giftedness?