The short paper plots the inclusion of an art workshop within the realm of the nanotechnological laboratory. The history given to us by Robert Hooke in his book Micrographia, reveals a symbiotic relationship between art and science through the drawings created from his enhanced perceptions through the microscope. This history is re-embedded in the present tense with evidence of the research produced by artists engaged in Force/Magnitude workshop exploring the contemporary imaging via the atomic force microscope.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Curtin University 2: Curtin University University of New South Wales
Publication date: 06 September 2012
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