René Berger died at the age of 94. He was a Swiss philosopher popular for his unique approach to art. His hometown is Lausanne and he used to teach at the University of Lausanne.
René Berger was one of the key figures in the growth of Vaud’s Museum of Fine Arts. He dedicated his life to embrace technology in the field of arts. His dedication can be understood in Journalist Bruno Giussani’s “Technocultural” which is a tribute to René Berger.
Berger posted his last blog, 11 days before his death on a shared blog called Rencontres a Chevilly. The blog has several remarks about an article posted in Science Daily on “Switchboard In The Brain Helps Us Learn And Remember At The Same Time”.