Category Archives: Mutual Collision: Artists Speak about Science and Technology

Entanglement magazine’s Mutual Collision is a segment where you can lean about how science and technology influences artists’ work.

“Different Ways to Infinity” an Interview with Felix Luque Sanchez by China Blue

"DWI Modular" Photograph by Gridspace

Felix Luque Sanchez proposes the idea of infinity as an arena for exploration of the fictional. Continue reading

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Jonathan Feldschuh’s Baby Picture of the Universe

Cosmic microwave background (CMB) as observed by Planck

The European Space Agency’s Planck satellite has produced the most detailed map to date depicting radiation from the Big Bang. The announcement which was made in March of this year generated renewed interest in the idea of a single image … Continue reading

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Carol Salmanson: From Painting About Light to Painting with Light

I started working with light and reflective materials in 2003 to take the spatial and color concerns of my painting into a different realm.  Light’s unique ability to touch both mind and feelings let me build emotional spaces that resonate with … Continue reading

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The Leg Bone’s Connected to the iPhone by Richard Humann

Richard Humann, " Where Troubles Melt Like Lemon Drops,"  Mixed media video installation  Variable dimensions

Technology is a wide ranged, and multifaceted concept to be writing about. In short, technology is defined as the application of scientific knowledge, but in my opinion, even the most benign entity can fit into the milieu of technology. In … Continue reading

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