restricted access   Volume 27, Number 3, June 1994

Table of Contents

Art and Science Similarities, Differences and Interactions

Jacques Mandelbrojt, Giorgio Careri and L. Alcopley

Color Plates

Introduction

Art and Science: Similarities, Differences and Interactions

pp. 179-180

Creative Processes

Discovering by Perceiving in Art and in Science

pp. 181-182

Art, Science and Human Being

pp. 183-184

In Search of the Specificity of Art

pp. 185-187

Art and Neuroscience

pp. 189-201

Equivocal Links between Art and Science: When Strictness Sleeps, Words Engender Epistemological Monsters

pp. 203-205

From Art and Science to Perception: The Role of Aesthetics

pp. 207-209

Scientists Look at Art

Brief Encounters: A Physicist Meets Contemporary Art

pp. 211-217

Art, Therefore Entropy

pp. 219-221

The Use of Artistic Analogies in Chemical Research and Education

pp. 223-226

Interaction

The Role of Scientific Concepts in Art

pp. 227-230

An Artist’s Atom

pp. 231-236

Art and Visual Mathematics

pp. 237-240

The Fractal Cube and the Paradigm Shift in Art and Science

pp. 241-248

Art and Science: A Personal Perspective

pp. 249-252

Music, Visual Arts and Mathematical Concepts

pp. 253-255

Sculpting Sounds with Computers: Music, Science, Technology

pp. 257-261