Science, Technology, and the Future of Art
Scientists and artists– they often work in a space dedicated to experimentation, one called a laboratory, the other a studio. They often work with hazardous materials late into the night. They ask questions and try new things! They learn from failure. They try again. They observe the world around them, and tend to gain insights when they least expect it.
Nothing new… ask DaVinci.
My large fresco of plant cells “Vessel Elements”, combining modern optics and ancient fresco materials, is in the exhibit “Science, Technology, & the Future of Art,” Pacific Art League, Palo Alto CA, 11/7- 11/28