Our June issue is around the corner (coming out Monday!), and I'm happy to say it's full of some fantastic science-based art.
We have a number of guest contributors this issue bringing in their own exciting perspectives and ideas, including Jonathan Zilberg and his lead article "The Dance of Life: Embodying Biochemistry as a Means of Learning."
Our featured artist interviews this June are with Jim Toia, Zachary Copfer, and Mark Malmberg who deal in mushroom spores, bacterium, and solar-powered robots (and more!), respectively.
For our Space & Places feature this issue we delved into the history of LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous). LASER events are an offshoot of Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology, and bring together artists and scientists to present and discuss their work in cities nationwide, and most recently in London.
The NASA commissioned paintings of Barbara Prey stole the Spotlight and front cover this time with her beautifully rendered commemorative piece of the spacecraft Columbia.
Of course, I can't give it all away here (don't miss the letter from the editor this time, with a very exciting announcement!), so please subscribe if you haven't already, and I hope you enjoy the issue!