With the current groundswell of interest in interdisciplinary thinking sweeping the arts and academia, the intersection of art and science is becoming increasingly promising terrain for many artists. But with the two fields representing such distinct epistemological enterprises, prospects for a mutually beneficial partnership remain unclear. The objective of this symposium is to examine some of the underlying assumptions and motivations of this burgeoning movement, to clarify what its practitioners seek to accomplish, and to consider ways in which an art-science alliance might contribute to the larger cultural discourse of our fraught and complex century.
Strange Attractors is a multi-format symposium on art, science, and the question of convergence.
Nov. 4 Attend Opening Presentations at CUE Art Foundation
Nov. 5 - 15 Follow and participate in the dialogue online
Nov. 17 Join us for the Strange Attractors Mixer
Dec/Jan The discussion continues in The Brooklyn Rail
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As a follow-up to the conference, selected participant essays were published in the December/January issue of The Brooklyn Rail which is dedicated to the intersection of art and science. Read them here.