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Art Science Technology and Poetry

Brautigan, "All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace"

Art, Science, Technology and 1960’s poetry are odd bed fellows in Martha Schwendener’s New York Times piece “‘All Watched Over’ Contemplates Art’s Relationship to Technology.” In this review Schwendener comments on the recent art exhibition “All Watched Over” at the James Cohen Gallery. Continue reading

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Roger Malina on Science

Roger Malina

I was asked by Informed by Nature why I loved Science. Funny, its not a question I ask myself- I was raised and trained as a scientist but grew up in a home where art and science were all part … Continue reading

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DOES ART SCIENCE COLLABORATION CONTRIBUTE IN ANY WAY TO SUCCESSFUL SCIENTIFIC PRACTICE ?

Sead

A SEAD White Paper has been posted for comment and discussion: Opportunities and Obstacles Facing Scientists, Mathematicians, and Engineers Deeply Engaged in the Arts and Design by Carol Strohecker, Roger Malina, and Wendy Silk and is available here. The White … Continue reading

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Kosmica, Mexico City

  For its first edition in Mexico City, KOSMICA will showcase more than 15 participants actively working in cultural and artistic aspects of space exploration. Urban stargazing, cosmic music, zero gravity dance, armchair space exploration, science fiction and DIY rocket science … Continue reading

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