The rise of the geek artist

Not so long ago you could flunk physics and top the art class. It's getting harder as technology merges with creative work.
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In the mid-20th Century artist and scientist C.P. Snow criticised the ‘two cultures’ of the humanities and the sciences, arguing both needed to learn from the other. The great man of letters – and numbers – may have been delighted if he had survived to see the digital age.

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Troy Nankervis
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Troy Nankervis is an ArtsHub journalist from Melbourne. Follow him on twitter @troynankervis