Science and art are the grounds of our universe. One cannot exist without the other; then how come, with time, we started to differentiate them and keep them in two different boats and see them so differently?
In this issue of Jam Today, we talk about science’s influence on many arts and how science helped create various artistic structures using different materials, lights, tools and techniques.
Science has always been the source and inspiration for multiple artists since the universe’s formation, but its influence on art came to light during the Italian Renaissance Era.
During the Italian Renaissance, artists like Leon Battista Alberti, Leonardo Da Vinci, Brunelleschi, Michelangelo, and many more relied on scientific methods, geometry and understanding of materials and body structures to create their art and sculptors.
Since then, science has helped to construct beautiful architecture, sculptures, and paintings. The scientific methods they invented are still used by our artists today. History has influenced our present.
So, why keep these two elements different?
With this issue, we’ll see the outcomes of art when the artists combine these elements.
Details: Digital Magazine, with 164 pages