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Megan Lindeman is an artist and a professor. She mixes paint and pigments with oxytocin. Oxytocin is a hormone and acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain and is involved in a lot of complex brain behavior like bonding and trusting.





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My Freedom Is Too Big, 2011   Pigment print on archival matte paper  32” x 53”, framed  Ed. 3, 1 AP


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The photographs is this series belong to a project titled My Freedom Is Too Big (2011-2014). My Freedom Is Too Big is a multi media project that consists of photographs, works on paper, wallpaper, and an original song. 



My Freedom Is Too Big, 2011
Pigment print on archival matte paper
32” x 53”, framed
Ed. 3, 1 AP




My Freedom Is Too Big; Put Me Back Where You Found Me, 2011 Pigment print on archival matte paper 26.5" x 42”, 67.31 x 93.35 cm Ed. 3, 1 AP




My Freedom Is Too Big; Put Me Back Where You Found Me (in the heavens), 2011 Pigment print on archival matte paper 26.5" x 42”, 67.31 x 93.35 cm Ed. 3, 1 AP





I’d Like To Tell You Why, 2011
Pigment print on archival matte paper
32” x 53”, framed
Ed. 3, 1 AP




My Freedom Is Too Big (Redacted), 2011
Pigment print on archival matte paper
32” x 53”
Ed. 3, 1 AP






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