Dan Duda: The Quantum and the Visual Arts

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The Quantum and the Visual Arts

Dan Duda

Dan Duda is a scientific writer
and contributor to VJIC. He is
living in Lititz, Pennsylvania (USA).


January 2022

The Whiteness of the Whale

It seems crazy to question reality. But that’s exactly what scientists and philosophers are doing.

November 2010

Do we Create Reality?

The fusion of science and religion has been in progress for more than a century.  The progression of artistic meaning has matched this fusion providing a clearer window into our collective mind.
The issue we’re addressing in this essay involves the possibility that much of art is an attempt to bridge the gap between us and an overarching universal consciousness.


May 2017

Just A Moment

One of the topics beyond the reach of common sense is time. To many of our most powerful and well-known thinkers and scientists, time doesn’t pass at all, there is only “now.” From Buddha to Einstein, the concept of time is so clear to them but totally baffling to us. How can there be only now?

December 2016

Orffeo’s Universe

The real power of art, be it visual, auditory or written, is that it transcends our limited ability to grasp the true nature of reality…

 March 2016

Science, Religion and Art
Reviewing the Photographic Insight of Eva Petric

Time passes at the same rate whether you’re sitting in your office; driving across town; or, flying across the continent …


October 2015

Jung, Physics and Art — Images from Saul Robbins

Saul Robbins Visual Dialog:
Where’s My Happy Ending?

Carl Jung was one of the giants of the 20th century. In spite of the fact that some of his major concepts were relegated to the fringe of serious thinking by the so-called intelligentsia of the day, he contributed enormously to psychology …

April 2015

The Physics of Photography

Leah Oats
Visual Dialog: Transitory Space

Transitory spaces have a messy human energy that is perpetually in the present yet continually altering. They are endlessly interesting, alive places where there is a great deal of beauty and

June 2014

Dan Duda
Michael Michlmayr Meet Albert Einstein

What does photographer Michael Michlmayr have in common with physicist Albert Einstein? More than you may think. In fact, there’s a surprising range of congruence between science and art …