On a cold winter day, when someone opens a door to get into our warm house, a cold blast of air also comes in. How Houdini dreamed Read More »
Posts Categorized: Art
The Art Newspaper recently republished an interview with Marcel Duchamp by the Belgian director Jean Antoine done in 1966 (two years before Duchamp’s death), but the transcript was only available in English in 1993, when it was first published. Duchamp here set Read More »
On a beautiful spring afternoon, a Sunday in Berkeley, California we were only two Read More »
I write about art and science, their similarities and differences, their struggles and conciliations; how they are perceived… Read More »
The New York critic Peter Schjeldahl’s flip-flop last year in his opinion of a painting, Adele Bloch-Bauer I (1907), by Gustav Klimt started Read More »
Red Dreams, 2007, Zheng Yunghua, Shantou University, China
Here’s a refreshing piece of art – one made far away from Read More »
Protein folding? Well, it’s a video game.
Since 2008, scientists Read More »
Consciousness is not a thing, but a process – William James.
Process is the new Read More »