Friday, July 01, 2011

Physics and Pollock, which sends out a weekly email of all things science and technology, posted something yesterday that incorporates both its usual concerns and fine art. Two scientists, "A mathematician at Harvard University and a physicist-art historian [?!] at Boston College," have been studying the way Jackson Pollock created his drip paintings and posit that the artist's use of physics was particularly impressive. Make sure to click on their links to read more.

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