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The Screen Guide

Because 'Blue Poles' is abstract, there's been a great deal of debate about what Jackson Pollock was attempting to do in this and his other drip paintings of the later 40s and early 50s. Enter physicist and artist, Dr. Richard Taylor. Doing pure research at the School of Physics at UNSW, Dr Taylor has been studying the peculiar way electrons behave in electrical devices one hundred times smaller than the width of a human hair. But always his desire to paint and explore art has conflicted with the time Dr Taylor's had to give to his other love: science. The answer to his dilemma came in the shape of one of modern science's great ideas: Chaos Theory.

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Crew

Director
David Evans
Writers
David Evans
Producer
David Evans
Executive Producers
Joanne Finlay

Cast

Dr. Richard Taylor

Production Details

Production Completion
1998
Genre
Science
Production Company
ABC Science Unit

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