Critical review of studies on the representation of architecture and use of the image in science and art

Issue 1 | January - June 2016

The image in science and art

Languages: English/Italian | Pages: 144 | ISBN (paper): 978-88-6049-2098; 978-88-8443-561-3 | ISBN (online): 978-88-8443-562-0

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The image hints at art and science with a single sign: it represents both the staircase of Palazzo Farnese as well as the countless spirals of architecture and art of all time. It also shows the regulatory presence of a geometric law in several forms of organic life and aggregation of matter at different scales. The visual scheme that supports the thought and gives it shape lies in the image. The cartouche staircase of Palazzo Farnese in Caprarola (Viterbo, Italy), by Jacopo Barozzi known as Vignola – © Fabio Quici