Dr. Moon Kim, a professor of materials science and engineering, has published Art & Technology, an interactive book for the iPad that focuses on the union of art and science.
The book explores how art and science were born and how they diverged but continued to influence each other throughout the ages.
“Through our explorations, you will come across many things that you may be unable to distinguish as art or science,” said Kim. Dr. Kim also teaches courses in the Arts and Technology program.
The app was created with the help of Arts and Technology alumni Aaron Klick BA ’12 and Jorden Gray BA ’14. Gray created illustrations for the app and Klick developed the interactive elements as well as artwork. Klick is also currently pursuing his MFA in Arts and Technology.
Art & Technology is available for download from the Apple App store.
About the Author
Moon Kim teaches materials science and engineering at The University of Texas at Dallas, where he is a Louis Beecherl, Jr., Distinguished Professor and a Professor of Arts and Technology.
He is also an adjunct professor at the Harold C. Simmons Comprehensive Cancer Center in Dallas and an elected fellow of Microscopy Society of America.
He spends much of his time exploring new applications for nanotechnology, but he also believes in the importance of providing young people with fun, hands-on opportunities to learn about the thrill of scientific discovery.
Art & Technology is now available for purchase on iTunes.