Sunday, 1 February 2009

ScienceOnline '09: art & science continues

"A poem is never finished, just abandoned". Paul Valéry's quote also applies to the visual arts.

Following the art & science session a ScienceOnline'09, here are some more reviews of the session and compelling new topics and examples in the art and science mold.

-Nobel Intent - review and reflection of the session.
-Expression Patterns - overview of day 2 and photo of me loving Jessica Palmer's Apostemism.
-Art Vs. Science Part Two: You want raw data? You can't handle raw data! - at Bioephemera. Jessica continues to explore the ambiguity between real data and its use in partially related art. Does this tension lead to any better understanding? Does it corrupt the data for irrelevant use? Head over and check out the video.
-Almost Diamonds - the conference. Meeting SF author Stephanie Zvan and her husband Ben was one of the highlights of the conference for me.

You can follow the ScienceOnline label to see more links to this lively session.

Bora has also a link of the wonderful supporters of ScienceOnline '09. My gratitude to each for an unforgettable experience.

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