In the history of art, one can find numerous artists who have interpreted scientific perspectives and inventions. These texts will provide insight into the interchange between science and art - from Leonardo da Vinci’s systematic studies of nature to the caricatures of Darwin and science in contemporary art.
28 March 2014
Leonardo da Vinci and the Renaissance Leonardo, who today is considered to be the founder of High Renaissance style, was an artist, architect, inventor, engineer and scientist.
Emilie Gehl Skulberg has a bachelor’s degree in art history, has been an art pilot at the National Gallery of Denmark and a tour guide at the Norwegian museum Blaafarveværket. Now she is a student in the master’s program in Modern Culture at the University of Copenhagen where she studies scientific images and animations, and the intersection between art and science.