All we know for certain is that both art and science have probability and uncertainty at their core. However, these two worlds have been tenuously entangled for decades. On the one hand, artists continue to ask complex questions that align with a scientific fascination of new discoveries, and on the other hand, the appreciation that creativity and subjectivity inform science’s objective processes and knowledge systems is ever increasing.
In order to draw parallels between art, science and culture, the way that selected art works have contributed to a form of cultural pedagogy will be explored in this publication. It follows the integration of the artists’ expression, linked with culture and science, to create meaningful experiences that expose the probabilities and uncertainties reinforced by the world of science.