I actually believe artists and scientists think very similarly. Complex, abstract thought? They both have that down. It’s all about where that thinking takes you after that.
Words cannot describe how much I love this post.
ABSOLUTELY. And the curious thing is some artists and scientists even share similar life conditions, ways of thinking and experiences.
In Canada, at least where I’m from, “Arts and Sciences” are considered a single field.
I think the only thing separating this woman an someone who paints is that she could probably list of the nm wavelengths for the colours an artist would know how to mix.
Her (Spike Jonze/2013) scenery: Night & Day
Loneliness #3 (Night Talking) - Arcade Fire
T h e G r a n d B u d a p e s t H o t e l (dir. by Wes Anderson, 2014)"You see, there are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity. Indeed that’s what we provide in our own modest, humble, insignificant… oh, fuck it."
This body of work is an exploration of the extent of cultural appropriation and encourages a discussion about it. I give the appropriator and the appropriated the opportunity to defend themselves and create a dialogue between them, while maintaining a neutral stance myself. I am not attacking those who appropriate, merely educating and creating awareness. Neutrality is key in this series, as i remove myself from my political and social status and opinions, stripping the problem to the most basic issue; taking an item that means a great deal to somebody and corrupting it.
AARON PAUL JUST POSTED THIS ON TWITTER AND I’M SHITTING
Inspired by a pursuit of beauty, Riley combines classically thoughtful botanical designs with Parker’s carefully considered film images in an expression of the multifaceted relationship between humankind and nature. The two artists contrast anonymous portraiture with sweeping landscapes in an attempt to capture both the malleable and untamed aspects of the natural world.
There’s a dog in every one of these photographs. Do you see it? Based on a famous game, Andrew Knapp and his border collie Momo find a variety of places to play hide and seek. Urban areas, grassy parks, graffitied walls and rocky terrain are just some of where you can spot Momo (or at least try). Knapp and his furry friend play this ongoing game called Find Momo with the fans of their blog around the world.