The Art of Science (and Vice Versa)


Last spring, Princeton University solicited images generated in the course of its scientific community’s research efforts. The result is Princeton’s 2006 Art of Science exhibition. The organizers state:

The practices of science and art both involve the single-minded pursuit of those moments of discovery when what one perceives suddenly becomes more than the sum of its parts. Each piece in this exhibition is, in its own way, a record of such a moment. They range from the image that validates years of research, to the epiphany of beauty in the trash after a long day at the lab…

View the gallery here.

[tags]Art of Science, Princeton, scott baradell[/tags]


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