Science, Art, Litt, Science based Art & Science Communication
Q: Without learning anything how could you paint pictures? How can we paint pictures?
Krishna: I think most children would paint something in their schools. They learn the basics when they are children.
After this initial training, if you want to pursue art, you can go for more advanced courses.
If you don't want to go after art, I think that basic knowledge is enough.
Then for a scientist, it is not necessary to paint pictures extraordinarily. My main aim is…Continue
OPEN CALL: Environment & BookArt exhibition (9 X 12)
Bartok1 Gallery, Budapest 2020
Deadline: March 1, 2020
Artworks on or of paper may be any size, but…Continue
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HMC is now accepting submissions for
the Artists-in-Residence Program and exhibition in 2020 at AIR-HMC, Budapest-Hungary.Continue
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In recent decades there were many studies of binocular rivalry tests that belong to the neuroimaging.
People say there is no difference in thinking between artists and scientists. But recently I read an interesting story that confirms the different thinking ways between a scientist and an artist ... It is about Einstein and his wife who was a poet...
Frau Einstein was Albert Einstein’s wife. She was a poet, and Albert Einstein was perhaps one of the greatest scientific thinker of all the ages. Naturally Frau Einstein wanted her husband to know…Continue
Some aspects of the contributions in art and science.
It appears as he added more redundancy trying something
this much discussed theme that. to provoke interest
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Just now I read a Picasso Quote. It goes like this: The genius of Einstein leads to Hiroshimas.
What a misconception! And most of the time artists who cannot understand the importance of science and how it works say such silly things.
Einstein himself didn't approve Hiroshima and criticized it severely (1).
In 1905 Einstein had published his revolutionary equation showing that matter and energy were equivalent and interconvertible. There was much speculation by…Continue
Note. Added by L.Iliescu
This text was written by Prof. dr. Sorin Vasilescu in 1998 and published in
Arta bioptica; Bioptical Art - training of bioptical vision, Crater, Bucharest, 1998,
148 pages. ISBN 973-9029-37-X see …Continue
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This week, the news that is making the cyber world go mad is how an artist with his baseless beliefs trying to mislead the world!
With the headlines like these...
Neil de Grasse Tyson Corrects the Science of … a Rapper’s Flat Earth Theories No art form is safe from scientific critique.
People stopped believing the Earth was flat 200 years ago. But some artists are still propagating the old theories and their beliefs! Rapper B.o.B took to Twitter on 25th June to…
Recently I was told about some "Geology based Art". 'Wonderful', I thought immediately after hearing about it and before viewing the art, 'How artists are contributing to understanding the world of science is really laudable'. Laudable? Only until I saw the actual art work. The moment I saw it my view changed!
Because I was expecting to see a work of art that makes science easy and more interesting. But all that I saw was an artist's point of view. Aesthetics and only beauty of Earth…Continue
My interview in the October issue of Interalia Magazine
An online magazine dedicated to the interactions between the arts, sciences and consciousness.
“Anything I do should be able to facilitate real progress of the human kind…That is why I consider following science and communicating it as the top most priorities in my life”. Artist, poet, scientist and writer, Krishna Kumari Challa, communicates science through art and literature. In this exclusive interview she discusses her…Continue
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An artist said this recently: “Science always pushes for a rational explanation for our world, but eschews the notion that there may be two or more opposing ideas that could equally stand up to scrutiny, forcing us to choose and defend one idea over the rest. Art, on the other hand allows for —and even encourages—the clash and irresolution of conflicting thoughts, but often falls short of providing answers that exist in a greater context.
My view on this:
But, true scientists…Continue
Hello People.This is my debut blog post.All opinions and criticism is welcome.
Science and Art are perhaps the oldest human pursuits,and are equally hard to define.The human mind could choose different approaches for artistic / scientific problem,although both approaches can intertwine. Most psychologists agree our mind works on 2 system principle.The first approach is truly rapid,intuitive and instinctive.It involves less conscious thought and is reactionary feelings based…Continue