Richard Feynman

Peter Sachs Collopy, Design & Science (Eastern Michigan University Gallery), 2019

In work and play, Richard Feynman was a distinctively visual thinker. He achieved fame as a theoretical physicist by making sense of the interactions of elementary particles, and in the process inventing the Feynman diagrams that illustrated these interactions. For Feynman to do physics was to write and draw.

Subjects: Caltech, physics, science, visual culture
Category: writing