Science: Under the Microscope - the Changing Face of Technology CAN ART AND SCIENCE INFLUENCE EACH OTHER?
Wolpert, Lewis, The Independent (London, England)
WHILE I CONTINUE to insist that there is no special similarity between art and science, there has been strong science that has had great influence on some artists but little, if any, in the other direction. One striking example of this contribution of new technologies to the arts is the work of international artists on view this summer in Tokyo at the Museum of Photography, in an exhibition entitled "Electronically Yours", put together by Jasia Reichardt.
Reichardt has long had an interest technology and science, and a few years ago wondered whether it might provide a new kind of portraiture which could tell us something new about the subject. The result was this …
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Publication information: Article title: Science: Under the Microscope - the Changing Face of Technology CAN ART AND SCIENCE INFLUENCE EACH OTHER?. Contributors: Wolpert, Lewis - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: October 11, 1998. Page number: 84. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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