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'We live in an age captivated by, and captive to, science and technology. Since the time of Vitruvius and Leonardo in the European Renaissance, science and technology serve as a source of imagery and metaphor for art, and directly influence the shaping of artefacts. It’s impossible for me not to mention Michel Serres, who has traced themes across disciplines such as literature, philosophy, science and art, combining, for example William Turner’s turbulent paintings, Jules Michelet’s broad historical canvasses, Emile Zola’s naturalistic portraits and Sadi Carnot’s thermodynamics. And, before Serres, Gaston Bachelard, a scientist, made contributions in the fields of poetics and the philosophy of science, venturing into explorations of the creative mind.' 


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    y separately published work icon Text : Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs vol. 28 no. 1 2024 27992895 2024 periodical issue

    'This issue of TEXT offers a number of thoughtful articles, including Jenny Hedley’s ‘Digital poesis impulse: A methodology of creative coding with GPT as co-pilot’ that explores why an author might use AI and how it can be used with the creative process. Hedley investigates questions of poetry and desire, artificial intellidence and authorship, and the tools that facilitate her digital writing practice.' (Editorial)

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