Art

The Tension of Expectation

Harold Edgerton’s new way of seeing continues to captivate By Georgeann Sack “Shooting the Apple,” by Harold Edgerton, 1964. © 2010 MIT. Courtesy of MIT Museum. (source) I first saw the photograph, “Shooting the Apple,” in a popular science magazine...

Call for a Tangible Model of Consciousness

By Georgeann Sack We understand what we can touch There are two types of scientific advancement—facts and theory. One provides more information and the other synthesizes existing information into a comprehensive theoretical framework. It is the...

Guess This Art! №1: Identity Ruptured

A game for those of you who love art and science and thinking about what it means to have a sense of self. What follows are some song lyrics I wrote about one of my favorite photographs. Can you guess who the artist is and the specific photograph I...

You Are Here Awake and Alive

By Georgeann Sack O’Malley’s permanent installation at the Montalvo Arts Center, A Healing Walk. The indelible imprint of Susan O’Malley’s art When choosing a title for my publication on consciousness, Awake & Alive Mind, I thought of...