We have 5 copies of the book, The Art of Innovation - From Enlightenment to Dark Matter by Sir Ian Blatchford and Tilly Blyth, to give away. Based on the landmark Radio 4 series, and Science Museum exhibition, this modern history of the connections between science and art reveals a new perspective on what that relationship has contributed to the world around us.
The Art of Innovation is a history of the past 250 years viewed through the disciplines of art and science. Through fascinating stories that explore the sometimes unexpected relationships between famous artworks and significant scientific and technological objects – from Constable’s cloudscapes and the chemist who first measured changes in air pressure, to the introduction of photography and the representation of natural history in print – it offers a new way of seeing, studying and interpreting the extraordinary world around us.
The book also accompanies the free exhibition, Art of Innovation:From Enlightenment to Dark Matter at the Science Museum which is on until 26th January 2020.
For your chance to win a copy of the book, simply enter below. The lucky winner will be notified by email shortly after the competition end date (18th November 2019), using the e-mail address supplied.