There is a place for art inspired by science. In fact, that art is usually some of my favorite. But there is an important difference between science art and art/science fusion. Macro pictures, realistic sculptures, paintings inspired by DNA sequencing are all science art. Judit(the artist from the talk)'s installment of calcite heart and lungs disintegrating in increasingly acidic water is art/science fusion because there is a a science-y message behind it. Her talk, however, was more a historical fiction that mentioned science.
In other words, art and science can both be great in their own right, or together, but I like it better when there's a point.
And in conclusion, here's a picture of rum and coke viewed under a microscope (thanks FSU chemistry):