Scientific Thought in Art and Vice Versa
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This twenty-ninth edition’s theme is Scientific Thought in Art and Vice Versa. We start out from the fact that the processes used by science have always been recognised and admired by many artists throughout history, and at the same time, scientists have always found artistic production to be sources of inspiration and have an eagerness to make the utopias they imagine a reality. One would think art and science are complete opposites, but in reality, they are very close. If what characterises science is the search for verifiable truths to build a real and objective plane, then art deals with the same problematic, although from a more imaginative and poetic perspective. While science aspires to find exact answers, art focuses on asking questions.
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