Art and science grew greatly after the turn of 1900’s. Both of these worlds would seem to develop new styles or themes that others might harness and develop.

Rarely did the two collide. One of the few examples was when Oscar Chicken was able to convince Sigmund Freud to have his Aura sculpted subtractively.

In 1931, Freud agreed to sit for his Aura Sculpture. Oscar labored for days transforming the stone to reflect the aura he perceived studying Sigmund.

When asked “Why does Freud’s aura look like you, the sculptor?” Oscar blamed it on the superior intellect of both involved and added “You, Sir, are neurotic!”.