22-25 July 2021 Jodrell Bank Observatory

Colliding Worlds with Arthur Miller

Acclaimed Arthur Miller talks about his brilliant book Colliding Worlds, which tells the story of artists, scientists and technologists working together to create a new art movement, a new avant-garde. It is a journey behind the scenes into a bold new world and features a close look at the artists themselves, their creativity and how they are inspired by science, technology, computers, and algorithms. A growing number of artists and musicians have gone even further, becoming artist/scientist/technologist rolled into one. In fact art, science and technology are fusing in the 21st century into what I call a Third Culture.

This is a book specially for people who go to Tate Modern and can’t get the hang of it.’ – The Spectator.
Colliding Worlds argues that artists and scientists have always had the same mission: to ‘fathom the reality beyond appearances, the world invisible to our eyes’ – New York Times.

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Saturday 2017