Nick Veasey’s X-ray Art: See Things as They Really Are, Andrea Gomez, δημοσίευση Arte & Lusso [11/7/2021]Marilena Pateraki
In 1895, Wilhelm Röntgen a German engineer and physicist, took the first medical X-ray of his wife’s, Anna Bertha Röntgen, hand. He used various techniques and objects to capture what we now know as X-ray plates. This revolutionary discovery granted Röntgen the first ever Nobel Prize for physics. Having said that, it would be limiting to simply acknowledge this discovery exclusively for the Medicine field.
A distinguishing feature of Nick Veasey’s work is that science and art merge together. This unique fusion has enabled the artist to create contemporary artwork using the same principles that were once used by Röntgen. Today this technology is often used to detect cancer, drugs and contraband, however the artist uses it to create his artworks that are admired art collectors and exhibited around the world.
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