Cosmos and Kapoor

Having delighted in Jacob Bronowski’s The Ascent of Man earlier this year, I sat down to watch Carl Sagan’s Cosmos, which several commenters had recommended to me.

You can read what I thought of it in my guest post at Grrlscientist’s Punctuated Equilibrium blog over at The Guardian. As you will see, it is wrapped up with the recent apparition of shiny sculptures by Anish Kapoor in Kensington Gardens.

See what you think.

Non object (spire)
“Non-object (Spire)” by Anish Kapoor

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2 Responses to Cosmos and Kapoor

  1. Heather Etchevers says:

    I think you’re as good a writer as you ever were. Great piece and provocative thoughts. Thanks, Stephen!

  2. Stephen Curry says:

     Thank you Heather – you are literally and literarily too kind. 😉

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