Roeland Verhallen (1989, The Netherlands) is a photographer and experimental psychologist. After completing his Bachelor studies in Neuroscience at University College Utrecht (NL), he recently finished his PhD on visual perception at the University of Cambridge (UK), where he focused on face perception and recognition. Parallel to his scientific research, Verhallen explores the malleability of visual perception, as well as themes such as selfhood, time and transience, by means of photography. Verhallen has exhibited and published his work in various countries, including the Netherlands, France, UK, USA, and Japan; his work is included in a variety of private and corporate collections. He has received funding from the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, Hendrik Mullerfonds, and the University of Cambridge, among others. An overview of his academic publications can be found at ORCiD.

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