LEA Volume 17, Issue 1: Mish Mash
ISBN: 
978-1-906897-11-6
ISSN: 
1071-4391
200 pages

Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 17, Issue 1

August 2011

MISH MASH

Senior Editor for this volume: Lanfranco Aceti

The first issue of the Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) is published on line as a free PDF but will also be rolled out as Amazon Print on Demand and will be available on iTunes, iPad, Kindle and other e-publishing outlets. As the Mish Mash issue becomes available on the different platforms we will send out announcements via LEA’s mailing list and through LEA’s social networks.

Contents

Articles

  • Transmediation as Betrayal: The Case of the Leonardo Electronic Almanac
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  • Academic Vanitas: Michael Aurbach and Critical Theory
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  • Some Thoughts Connecting Deterministic Chaos, Neuronal Dynamics and Aesthetic Experience
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  • Hacking the Codes of Self-representation: An Interview with Lynn Hershman Leeson
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  • Electronic Literature as a Sword of Lightning
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  • Profile: Darko Fritz An Interview with Darko Fritz
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  • Profile: Darko Fritz Reflections on eArchives in Progressf by Darko Fritz
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  • Profile: Darko Fritz Error to Mistake > Notes on the Aesthetics of Failure
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  • Nexus of Art and Science: The Centre for Computational Neuroscience and Robotics at University of Sussex
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  • Mish/Mash
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  • Sipping Espresso with Salmon
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  • The Making of Empty Stages by Tim Etchells and Hugo Glendinning
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  • Cognitive Labor, Crowdsourcing, and Cultural History of Human/Machine Assemblages
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  • Inverse Embodiment: An Interview with Stelarc
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  • Order in Complexity
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  • Teaching Video Production in Virtual Reality
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  • Atomism: Residual Images within Silver
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  • Collaborating with the Enemy
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  • Notes on Demonstration Exhibition: The Ammonite Order, or, Objectiles for an (Un)Natural History
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  • The Contemporary Becomes Digital
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  • Leonardo Electronic Almanac: Historical Perspective
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  • Ars Electronica 2010: Sidetrack or Crossroads?
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