ISHIHARA TEST, 2017
Fundación Bilbaoarte, Bilbao (Spain)
Premios ARTFad, Barcelona (Spain)
Through previous research in the field of neurology and a collaboration with the Center for Biomedical Technology (CTB-UPM) of Boadilla del Monte in Madrid, different microscopic photographs of the cultivation of new neurons were taken in order to study their growth and its conservation in new media. Working from an object as distinguishable as the small Petri dishes, built in 1877 by Julius Richard Petri with his assistant Robert Kock, it is intended to create photographic structures that refer to this small discovery that allows research in the field of microbiology and neuroscience continue to evolve with respect to the tireless paradigm of the human brain.
Likewise and under the study of different alterations in the vision (specialized subject in the doctoral thesis) different structures are made with the petri dishes under the Ishihara test; the most widely used test to diagnose and classify dyschromatopsia.