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Entanglement magazine increases awareness of developments at the intersection of the arts, technology and sciences and how this catalyst impacts society not only today but in our near future.

“The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood,” by James Gleick

James Gleick, the author of the best sellers Chaos and Genius, now brings us a work just as astonishing and masterly: a revelatory chronicle and meditation that shows how information has become the modern era’s defining quality—the blood, the fuel, … Continue reading

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Roman Vishniac Science Films

The Roman Vishniac Film Collection comprises Vishniac’s pioneering work in naturalist microcinematography and photomicroscopy. It includes approximately 156,000 feet of motion picture film; more than 800 photographic negatives, slides, and prints; and paper records associated with these works. Film holdings … Continue reading

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I Am Star Stuff

I decided that “I AM STARSTUFF”written in amino acid code demonstrated so much that I love about science. Writing the phrase “I AM STARSTUFF” in the language of our own proteins has a profound edge. The genetic code is one of the fundamental mysterious miracles of … Continue reading

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History’s Shadow, Photographs by David Maisel

The photographs in this exhibition are derived from x-rays of classical sculptures from the Getty Center, Los Angeles and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. David Maisel began this series during a 2007 residency at the Getty Research Institute. Originally … Continue reading

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2012 Armory Show

This year I decided to go to the New York Armory Show, one of the most important Modern and Contemporary art fairs of the year. In 2012, the Armory Show was housed in Piers 92 and 94, with Pier 92 … Continue reading

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Año Neuvo Island Restoration Project

Nathan Lynch’s Ceramics class helped design nesting modules to protect sea birds from being inadvertently crushed by sea lions on the beaches of Año Nuevo Island. In collaboration with Oikonos marine ecosystems and biodiversity conservation group and REBAR Art, Design … Continue reading

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Intimate Science

Mushrooms are used as building materials, mosquitoes are genetically modified to help prevent the spread of malaria, and other collisions of art and science are displayed at the most recent exhibition at the Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University, titled … Continue reading

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Out of the Box Exhibition

An exhibition of virtual reality artworks in mobile augmented reality create by the Future of Reality artist collective. The streets of San Francisco have been populated with new artworks that you can see with your cell phone. Out of the … Continue reading

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Woman, Art & Technology: Interview with Lynn Hershman Leeson

Woman, Art & Technology is a new series of interviews on Furtherfield. Continue reading

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Art & Science: Twins Separated at Birth?

  Jen Cohlman an art librarian at the Smithsonian points out that the art world has fallen behind in the area of an online data base creation.  At the Biodiversity Heritage Library conference she wonders how the BHL can be used as an example for the art world. She feels that “by creating stronger connections between … Continue reading

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