The Samuel J. Wood Library at Weill Cornell Medicine exhibits 'Seeing Within: Art Inspired by Science'
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The Samuel J. Wood Library at Weill Cornell Medicine exhibits 'Seeing Within: Art Inspired by Science'

Exhibition review in artdaily.org

Although art and science might be viewed as diametrically opposite, artists and scientists seek answers to the same fundamental questions, trying to understand and visualize the invisible and what it means to be human. Some of the most innovative artists working today are fusing art and science, taking inspiration from science and using scientific techniques in their work. A compelling exhibition at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Samuel J. Wood Library in New York, entitled Seeing Within: Art Inspired by Science, features the work of Jody Rasch, Cheryl Safran, and Julia Buntaine Hoel who use the visual language and findings of biology to create artwork that invites viewers to explore and appreciate the beauty and mystery of biology.

Bushwick Open Studios: Cats, Wax, Bubbles & More
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Bushwick Open Studios: Cats, Wax, Bubbles & More

Article in Bklyner magazine

9/23/2019

BUSHWICK/BED-STUY – Arts in Bushwick hosted the 13th annual Bushwick Open Studios over the weekend, welcoming the public into the workspaces of more than 200 artists in and around the neighborhood.

Bklyner visited the studios of nine local artists. Check out their work below and read their thoughts on working in the area and participating in the 2019 Bushwick Open Studios.

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