I have a number of texts and lectures on this topic. On this site, see especially:

The general theme, the mutual misunderstanding of art and science, remains pertinent in visual art, and someone should write a non-polemical piece about it: misunderstandings like the ones chronicled here can be productive, and so they are not like the mistakes that Sokol and Bricmont chronicle. The differences point to different discourses. Such an analysis might go some distance to relieving the reductive pressure that the “Sokal affair” put on interdisciplinary conversations.

(4) This lecture, which sums up some issues in the relations between the two fields:

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