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Sculpture, Mathematics and Dance: Carol Prusa and GloATL at AAAC

Merging mathematical concepts of the Universe with poetry of drawing and light, Carol Prusa creates spherical and hemispherical sculptures. Filled with fiber-optic light and covered in silver-point drawing, the feminine forms of Prusa’s sculptures explore the nature of our reality, order and chaos, logic and spirituality. 50 more words

Art And Sci

Art as source of knowledge - comment on Plato

Plato has criticized art of being an unreliable source of knowledge, because art is not the reality, but only describes it. He has compared art to mathematics and science and so has come to the conclusion, that those are much more “truthful” than art, when it comes to telling you about the world. 83 more words


Pre-order discount: Illustrated holiday and gift cards from my 2015 collections

There’s a sale at my printer right now, so I’m passing the savings along and taking pre-orders for holiday greeting and gift cards!

Deadline to order at this discounted price is September 30th at noon. 499 more words


And that got me thinking…

It may be safely assumed that writers approach their work by different paths. It seems likely that, having once been a scientist, my road is a bit more systematic than that of others. 310 more words

Creative Writing

Making the invisible visible

Many scientific subjects elude the human eye, either because they are too big or too small, because they don’t exist anymore or haven’t existed yet. To visualize them, we rely on the talents of science illustrators, who can make the invisible visible. 47 more words


Who is Ada Lovelace and why is she so inspirational?

We’re a bit Ada crazy at The Lowry this season so we thought we better have a little look at why.

Contemporary artwork ADA by Artist Karina Bobinki-Smigla and Ada Ada Ada, interactive theatre piece by Zoe Philpott in association with… 351 more words


Bubble Mob in Aberdeen!

Come one, come all, to the first ever BUBBLE MOB in Aberdeen (like a Flash Mob, but better!).

Friday, 25 September, 3PM, outside, in front of Union Square Mall. 63 more words