The neuroscientific and psychological use of fiction films for clinical and academic research is growing. However, artistic research using insights from these fields to advance the filmmaking practice is still in its infancy. Expanding on the author’s previous Leonardo publication proposing the use of scientific hypothesis formation for overcoming filmmaking uncertainty, this artistic research explores the feasibility of integrating scientific findings of abstract and ambiguous image perception to create a novel abstract filmmaking method. This research aims to revive the classical abstract film genre into an implicit cinematic experience.

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