Oil, Acrylic on Canvas, 2021
188 x 173 cm
“Parietal” (parietal art)
The parietal lobe is one of the major lobes in the brain, roughly located at the upper back area in the skull. It processes sensory information it receives from the outside world, mainly relating to touch, taste, and temperature. Damage to the parietal lobe may lead to dysfunction in the senses.
Parietal Art (40,000-10,000 BCE) Prehistoric Cave Painting, Engravings, Reliefs. In archeology, the term "Parietal art" (also referred to as "cave art") is used to denote any prehistoric art found on cave walls.