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Recomposing Art and Science

Author : Irene Hediger
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The interfaces between art and the scientific disciplines of biology, environmental science, neuroscience, and physics pose interdisciplinary questions that are an inspiration to researchers. The authors compare artists’ experimentation set-ups and thereby reveal new levels of knowledge. The examples in the Artists-in-Labs program illustrate how artists approach problems and, in this way, create new tools for science. The authors of this illustrated volume of essays include Harriet Hawkins, Irene Hediger, Jill Scott, Arnd Schneider , Susanne Witzgall, Lisa Blackman, Jens Hauser and Dieter Mersch.

Recomposing Art and Science

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The Year book of Facts in Science and Art

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The American Journal of Science and Arts

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The Cyclopaedia Or Universal Dictionary of Arts Sciences and Literature

Author : Abraham Rees
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Palaeoartist s Handbook

Author : Mark P Witton
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Extinct worlds live again in palaeoart: artworks of fossil animals, plants and environments carefully reconstructed from palaeontological and geological data. Such artworks are widespread in popular culture, appearing in documentaries, museums, books and magazines, and inspiring depictions of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals in cinema. This book outlines how fossil animals and environments can be reconstructed from their fossils, explaining how palaeoartists overcome gaps in fossil data and predict 'soft-tissue' anatomies no longer present around fossil bones. It goes on to show how science and art can meet to produce compelling, interesting takes on ancient worlds, and it explores the goals and limitations of this popular but rarely discussed art genre. Multiple chapters with dozens of illustrations of fossil animal reconstruction, with specific guidance on fossil amphibians, mammals and their fossil relatives, and a myriad of fossil reptiles (including dinosaurs). Explores how best to present diverse fossil animal forms in art - how best to convey size, proportion and motion in landscapes without familiar reference points. Explains essential techniques for the aspiring palaeoartists, from understanding geological time and evolutionary relationships to rebuilding skeletons and muscles. Suggests where and how to gather reliable sources of data for palaeoartworks. Includes a history of palaeoart, outlining the full evolution of the medium from ancient times to the modern day. Examines stylistic variation in palaeoart. Showcases diverse artworks from world-leading contemporary palaeoartists. Palaeoartistry is a popular but rarely discussed art genre. This new book outlines how fossil animals and environments can be reconstructed from their fossils. Of great interest to everyone interested in palaeoartistry, dinosaurs, natural history and fossils. Superbly illustrated with 195 colour images. Dr Mark P Witton is an author, palaeontological artist and researcher whose palaeoartworks have featured in numerous research papers, television shows, museums and art galleries.

Recomposing History

Author : Juan R. Hernandez
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Possible Worlds in Humanities Arts and Sciences

Author : Sture Allén
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The Symposium was held as part of the bicentenary celebration of the Swedish Academy in August 1986. Thirty-six contributions approach the theme from the fields of philosophy, linguistics, literature and art, and natural science. The discussion is of the fundamental questions of whether a possible world created by art can be an instrument for understanding the actual world and, conversely whether scientific theories and models can be regarded as fictional in some way. No subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Canadian Magazine of Science and the Industrial Arts Patent Office Record

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Recreating Words Reshaping Worlds

Author : Aïssata G. Sidikou
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Encyclop dia Britannica Or Dictionary of Arts Sciences and General Literature

Author : Thomas Stewart Traill
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The Encyclop dia Britannica Or Dictionary of Arts Sciences and General Literature

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The Encyclopaedia Britannica Or Dictionary of Arts Sciences and General Literature

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The Encyclop dia Britannica Or Dictionary of Arts Sciences and General Literature with Extensive Improvements and Additions and Numerous Engravings

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Art Meets Science and Spirituality in a Changing Economy

Author : Louwrien Wijers
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Contains full reports on the meetings in 1990 (held Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam) and features recent interviews, essays and artworks by all twenty panalists, who include artists, spiritual leaders, economists and scientists.

Recreating the Rh ne

Author : Sara B. Pritchard
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The Imperial Dictionary English Technological and Scientific

Author : John Ogilvie
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Proceedings

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The Science Fiction of Cordwainer Smith

Author : Karen L. Hellekson
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This critical work concentrates on the science fiction writings of Paul Linebarger, who wrote under the pseudonym Cordwainer Smith, as well as other pseudonyms he created to reflect his different writing styles. His writings give voice to concerns about humanity and personal struggle; his ideas about love, loss, alienation, and psychic pain continue to resonate today. This work begins with a brief biographical sketch of Cordwainer Smith, linking elements of his past to his writing and focusing on his contributions to science fiction as well as his concern with humanity. Also discussed are Smith's published and unpublished novel-length non-science fiction, his revision process, the true man-underpeople dichotomy in his published and unpublished short fiction, and his only published novel-length science fiction work Norstrilia.

The London Literary Gazette and Journal of Belles Lettres Arts Sciences Etc

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