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Chemistry In Art

by Tami I. Spector and Joachim Schummer 

We are pleased and excited to present the virtual exhibition "Chemistry in Art" which continues and expands HYLE's aspiration to promote a dialogue among the disciplines by now including the work of practicing visual artists. With this exhibition HYLE's special issue on "Aesthetics and Visualization in Chemistry" (Nos.  9.1  &  9.2 ) transcends the usual boundaries of scholarly journals and provides an alternate mode for reflecting on the aesthetics of chemistry that might otherwise be neglected by academicians. It is our hope that the inclusion of artistic works will not only appeal to, and satisfy, the aesthetic impulses of those of us who are already involved in the study of chemistry, but also broaden the conversation to include others who might feel marginalized by scholarly discourse. Toward this end, we present fourteen contemporary visual artists who each reflect on chemistry with a distinct artistic and conceptual perspective

Kindly donated by Mike Rogers of the Eropean Commision Directrate-General for Education and Culture

Platform : chemistry
Format : DVD
Publisher : Hyle
Authors : David
Date : 2003

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Chemistry In Art Hyle chemistry DVD 2003

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33176. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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