The notion that art and science exist in opposition to one another persists, although it’s an unnecessary — and often imaginary — divide. Many have dared to bridge the two worlds. The Cubists embraced post-Newtonian concepts in their paintings. Jackson Pollock was fascinated with bleeding-edge physics. Tom Lehrer was a Harvard-trained mathematician before he became a singer, songwriter, and satirist. Let’s not forget Thomas Dolby and They Might Be... More >>>