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The study of visual perception and higher order cognitive processes, such as memory, has been performed mainly in controlled experimental environments given by the researchers' laboratories. However, the laboratory environment experiments cannot capture naturalistic behaviours and are, therefore, a limited approximation to the behaviours in real conditions. To study how the environment affects behavioural studies we have performed an exploratory art experiment in the controlled environment of our laboratory and in the British Museum in London. © 2013 Authors.

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