Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Science-Art

We'll have some kind of a competition here in the University; something about Science and Art, and how they interact, and how one can be used to express the other, or something like that. I'm not quite sure. Anyway, I decided to participate in the competition, because why not.

This thing will be my submission (pen is given for scale). It's drawn with a sharpie pen, acrylic paints, and a bit of brown colored pencil at the very end. It's probably titled "The known circuitry of Xenopus tadpoles". The circuitry shown here is only partially real; I mean, it's mostly real, and should give a correct idea, even if not being completely 100% accurate. And real tadpoles aren't green of course (they are quite transparent), but green tadpoles just look so much better and watercolorish! But it's definitely art about science - they can't deny that.


Well, we'll see how it goes.

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