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Art-and-science hybrids

Soylent Green: Readings in Media Art and Theory

Posted on October 30, 2016

The relationship between the humanities, science, and technology has been a matter of consternation for some time. C. P. Snow’s famous 1959 lecture, “The Two Cultures,” epitomizes this anxiety. Snow gave primacy to science and technology, shaming British society and government for not supporting the sciences to the degree it had traditionally supported the humanities. Continue Reading »