And next week, a must-see documentary debuts in New York City on the power of music and it's positive impact on the elderly.
After dance and science, we turn to the soul-feeding realm of jazz. This article will introduce a jazz-scientist, and explore parallels and commonalit...
Scientists attending a dance performance will undoubtedly relate to the physicality and geometry of dance. The movement through time, the geometry of interactions, the symmetry of the lines, the balance of the bodies. All these have parallels in the physical interactions that occur in every science, from astronomy and physics, to chemistry and biology.
In a seamless blend of art and science, Jo Berry's cutting-edge project, Hijacking Natural Systems, explores beauty on a cellular level.
Perry Hall's work has been fascinating architects for many years: In his paintings he has developed techniques that bring or set matter alive again on the canvas, allowing their space and time to be brought inward in a collaboration of discovery.
Just one of the many stellar sights to behold at this year's Kinetica. "Liquid Space 6.0," by Daan Roosegarde, represented by Studio Roosegarde. ...
Filmmaker Laura Israel isn't tilting at windmills -- but she does want to cast a critical eye in their direction. And she's done that with Windfall -- her first documentary film.
It was a "huge thrill" to see the birds, Tomb says, comparing the experience to "... going to Rome and seeing a Caravaggio."
The art world often sidelines humanist works for their accessibility and for their campaigns of universal mantras, but Mori has a history of meshing modern technology with ancient practices in a way that engenders contemplation for our place in the natural world.
Science and art were woven like DNA strands through my upbringing. While my father appreciated and encouraged my passion and talent as a child, a common saying around the house was "You can be anything you want, as long as you're a doctor first."
The expanding definition of "life" or "alive" is not only a consequence of joyful abuse of language and metaphors, but also the outcome of an increasingly able gaze upon the things that make -- and with which we make -- the world we supposedly know.
If you're interested in architecture, art, or scenic views, the International Museum of Surgical Science might be the place for you. But if you're interested in surgical history this museum is the place for you.
Thomas Goetz's exhibit celebrates a new generation of visual pioneers -- part graphic designer, part statistician, part artist -- who have a facility for turning data into meaning.
By Kiša Lala Landscape by Stuart Hall © Stuart Hall - A future earth without trees? ...