Science, Art, Litt, Science based Art & Science Communication
(This blog is relocated to the Science-art group)
On an on line science, art collaboration group, a discussion was started on scientific and artistic thought processes. It was started with an intention to find out each others’ view points on each field which might help lead into collaborative projects. The artist – scientist ratio was 95:5. Only a few scientists came forward to participate in the discussion. I went there as I was interested in knowing what artists think about science and scientists and how they deal with their work. In…Continue
Scene from imagination only. Called River Styx after a local fishing hole.Continue
The words good and bad are dealt with differently in science and art.
In art there may not be fixed values for deciding good works or bad works ( which cannot be done accurately because your opinions are just based on perceptions which differ from person to person and place to place). If an artist creates an art work the theme depends on his/her opinions, beliefs, ideas which again are based on his/her perception of the world around him and cultural conditioning of his mind. Again…Continue
Added by Dr. Krishna Kumari Challa on February 12, 2012 at 9:00am — No Comments
On an on line art forum when I said thinking for scientific research is more complex than thinking about creating art works, some artists didn’t agree with me. They said the thought processes that lead to scientific research and creating art are the same! No matter how much I tried to analyze from their point of view, my rational mind didn’t agree with them! And I am pretty sure, they are not the same! I will give reasons why.
While doing scientific research or working on a problem in…Continue