Dr M would like to share some news from the science-art interface:
The first project comprised the work of three science-artists addressing the way art and science investigate the world around us, and how imaginative thinking contributes to science and art in different ways.
In a nutshell Imagining Science says:
Science is the systematic study of the world around us,
Art is the expression of creativity,
Imagination links the two.
The next collaborative project for Reading Science Week 2014 is entitled Symbiosis and is about art-science relationships and lichen!
Check out the Imagining Science links for stunning images of lichens and oodles of creativity and imagination!
The featured image at the top of this post is one of Sarah Hearns amazing paper (yes paper!) lichen forms!