This screen is to be viewed in conjunction with the Images of the Scientist where pose, costume, expression and location are all strictly dictated by propriety and common sense. Here the narratives are richer and cannot be contained within the tableaux of white coat and beaker. I have slipped a few odd images of the magician and performer, gymnast and fumigant.

Believe me, it is better that you do not know the subject matter of these images. There are happy accidents such as a perfect portrait of Magritte listening to the time, and fugitive faces. A strong theme is the titillation of male scientist whose patient is a Pretty Girl.

The images themselves do not pretend to aesthetic values and have a rawness often overlooked.

The next screen to be developed will be science visualised for children and the sinister theatre of demonstrating the Pointless.