Victoria Vesna is a media artist and a professor at UCLA. She wrote the essay, "Toward a Third Culture: Being in Between." She talks about how artists who work with computers can be inspired by how many amazing scientific innovations there are in the world. She wrote, "Scientists can relate to and understand [artists'] work easily primarily because we use the same tools - computers." Computers are an important tool to bridge the gap between art and science. Computers come in handy in both fields and allows scientists and artists to implement each others work into their own.
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