New Art/Science Affinities
Client—Center for Creative Inquiry and Miller Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University
Publisher—Center for Creative Inquiry and Miller Gallery, Carnegie Mellon University
8.5 by 11 inches, 190 pages, perfect binding
This book is the result of a 7-day "book sprint" which is a group writing strategy borrowed from computer coding where a project's conception, development and design are packed into one week's time to reach a design prototype in a short period. Along with writers Régine Debatty, Claire Evans, Pablo Garcia and Andrea Grover we developed a book that addresses recent tendencies within art practice to deploy scientific methods, processes, subjects or concerns. The book describes 40+ practices and recent works from them, alongside a framework that offers some common threads between them. Additionally, we also edited and designed a subjective timeline of intersections between art and science to indicate that this activity is more than recent.
The book is available as a free download here