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Where some see disparate and unrelated disciplines, At the Interface explores the expanding interaction between science and (mostly visual) art and culture. From artists working in labs, to scientists working in art museums, this blog explores how science can inspire great art and vice versa.
Johanna Kieniewicz has a PhD in Earth and Planetary Science, a foundation degree in fine art, and spends a good deal more time in galleries and museums than is really healthy. She is passionate about art and science and relishes her job in science at one of the world's great cultural institutions, The British Library. Naturally, this blog represents only her views – and those of her contributors – and not those of her employer.
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