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The Neurobotanical series was informed by a growing curiosity on my part into the study of human neuroanatomy, somatic psychology, and botanical forms. I am awed by the similarity of visual forms shared by these three areas of study. Equally intriguing to me is the potential to use these forms metaphorically to stand in for human mind/body states. Of particular interest to me are the different regions of the human brain and our autonomic nervous system which work together to regulate the human mind/body in moments of perceived threat or safety. 

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