Science in Dali's work

The Guinardó Civic Center invites us to discover the science behind the work of Dali.

Salvador Dalí was a restless person, and among other things, he wanted to know the scientific advances of his time. In his work we can find samples of their knowledge about the theory of relativity, quantum physics or DNA.

On April 27 at 11am the physicist Andrés Aragoneses will explore different scientific aspects within the Dalí's work in the Guinardó Civic Center. From the analysis of some of his paintings we will seek the science behind them.

The conference is free and seats are limited. Please confirm your attendance by email: informació@ccguinardo.cat

Further information: Centre Cívic Guinardó / Planeta da Vinci

 

Publication date: Sunday, 03 March 2013
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