It is with pleasure that I announce the February issue of SciArt in America. It is with equal pleasure that I inform you, due to high demand, that we now offer both a digital and print subscription! See below for details on how to get your February issue online or in hand today:
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About this issue:
It’s 2016 and the science–based art movement is growing daily. I see this growth in the number of events happening here in NYC, around the country, and the world that are using artistic means to explore scientific topics. Last week brought me to the American Museum of Natural History for a planetarium show on the sonification and visualization of earthquakes, and next week will bring me to Washington D.C.’s National Academy of Science for their monthly D.C. Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER) meeting, this month exploring the themes of ‘Ideation, Translation, and Realization’.
For our first issue of 2016, we re–examine Frank Stella’s work with chaos theory in mind, explore the blurring of boundaries between the domestic and natural through the art of Dana Sherwood, learn how dance can bring life to neural mechanisms in the work of Jody Oberfelder, consider how technology can make us question what is ‘real’ with Ken Goldberg, see how Imagine Science Films is supporting the artistic visualization of science, and more.
Thank you once again, and always, for your readership.
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