I’ve Left: A Manifesto and a Testament of Science and Art



Few artists have more to teach us about the unpredictably fertile ground where art and science meet than Bern Porter. This book was written after he had left his career in physics, opened an art gallery, travelled to Guam, and toured Japan, especially Hiroshima to see the effects of the bomb that he had worked on a decade before. Introduction by Dick Higgins.

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