The Scientific Imaginary in Visual Culture
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Popular media, art and science are intricately interlinked in contemporary visual culture. This book analyses the scientific imaginary that is the result of the profound effects of science upon the imagination, and conversely, of the imagination in and upon science. As scientific developments in genetics occur and information technology and cybernetics open up new possibil...more
Hardcover, 198 pages
Published March 31st 2010 by V&r Unipress
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