Monday, May 21, 2007

Science and Art, A 'Perfect' Marriage: RSVP by June 15th

Science and Art, A Perfect Marriage: RSVP by June 15th

I am finding a new passion for Theoretical Physics and Thought Experiments. I think the responsibility of the artist has become to link the two, using the physical surface of the canvas or other (non)material surface as outlet to chip away at notions of reality and human nature. Most if it's wrong, "or not even wrong."

You don't have to be good at math to understand (minimally) theoretical physics.

Anyone can understand how a cat in a box (Schrodinger) can be both alive and dead at the same time, but can everyone understand it mathematically?

I think I too may have an undiagnosed brain condition that doesn't allow me to remember dates and figures...

Animation might be a good way to project these ideas. Anyone out there want to teach me how on a computer (first draw them, then put them on a screen so one can push 'play')? A certain sibling of mine has gotten quite good at this....hmmm

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