BreakthroughSubmitted by Meredith Tromble on Saturday, 07/05/2014 2:59pm
hmm.. ideas brewing inErnestSubmitted by Ari Frankel on Saturday, 07/05/2014 12:10am
The Glass Bead Game and a High School FantasySubmitted by Margot Knight on Thursday, 07/03/2014 9:14pm
Scientific Delirium Madness Is about to Begin!Submitted by Patricia Bentson on Sunday, 06/29/2014 12:49pm
Six scientists and six artists are about to embark on the month-long Scientific Delirium Madness residential retreat starting 1 July 2014 in Woodside, CA. Thanks to Margot Knight, Executive Director of the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (DRAP), Leonardo/ISAST and DRAP have joined forces for this art/science residency for our first collaboration.
New to the Leonardo Book Series: Re-collectionSubmitted by Maryam Shamlou on Thursday, 06/26/2014 2:44pm
Faculty Job Listing: Assistant Professor, American Art, 1945 - PresentSubmitted by Patricia Bentson on Friday, 06/20/2014 8:32am
LMJ25 Call for Papers: The Politics of Sonic ArtSubmitted by Patricia Bentson on Friday, 06/20/2014 8:21am
- The mechanisms by which sonic art can represent and communicate political content without recourse to language.
Art-Science Is a Conceptual BlendSubmitted by Patricia Bentson on Thursday, 06/19/2014 2:04pm
Editorial by Jack Ox
The art world is, as always, engaged in the boomlets of the moment; right now, that includes art-science. This is a good reason to establish a procedure for determining what art-science is. For instance, is it art-science if a painter makes a painting of a Petri dish?
Algorithmic ArtSubmitted by Patricia Bentson on Thursday, 06/19/2014 2:04pm
Editorial by Frieder Nake
“One might justifiably question the artist’s role in images that are not merely assembled by the computer in its capacity as a tool, but generated directly by it. Where is the human input?” Lambert, Latham and Leymarie recently raised this question .
The core of their question is as old as computer art (about 50 years). I prefer calling such work algorithmic art; although algorithmic art does not necessarily involve a computer, this term is more distinctive.