History suggests that art and science have always been symbiotic partners in the advancement of humanity. But do we value them equally?
Since the dawn of civilisation, artists and scientists have supported each other’s endeavours and shared a role in constructing, recording and advancing our universe. Now more than ever, practitioners and educators value the role of creativity in communicating the dynamic changes inherent in a technologically advanced globalised society. And yet the value of each discipline is unevenly reflected in funding, education, appreciation and perception.
Our creative panel share their multifaceted views on this topic and explore whether the marriage between art and science can ever be one of equals.
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