Panel Discussion: Forgery and Mimicry in Art and Science
Examining the visual characteristics of toxic Heliconius butterflies and various Early Modern European paintings, this panel considers mimicry and forgery in science and in the visual arts.
Bart Devolder, chief conservator, Princeton University Art Museum
Christopher Lawrence, PhD candidate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Princeton University
Ahmed Elgammal, professor of Computer Science, Rutgers University
Moderated by Craig Marshall, assistant director of STEM Education at the Council on Science and Technology.
This panel is cosponsored by the Princeton University Art Museum and the Council on Science and Technology.