‘The romance of art and science has a long history, albeit a mixed one. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519), the artist and polymath active in the Florence of the Renaissance, still serves as the prominent example for the enormous creative potential flowing from the interactions of art and science.’
Andreas J. Hirsch, The Practice of Art and Science – Experiences and Lessons from the European Digital Art and Science Network
The past season brought with it an approach to digital art and this publication is aimed at the public interested in developing and observing into the diverse complexity of the art field with new technologies such as blockchain.
In the sixth part of our series on the history of photography, we delve into the development of generative photography. In this issue, you can find a fascinating extract by Gottfried Jäger where he describes the photographic process and the evolution of art in three intersecting trends.
We hope you enjoy reading our magazine and hope to see you soon for the upcoming exhibition in the gallery!