LEA Volume 20, No. 2: Interference Strategies
ISBN: 
978-1-906897-32-1
ISSN: 
1071-4391
157 pages

Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 20, Issue 2

April 2014

Interference Strategies

Book Editors: Lanfranco Aceti and Paul Thomas
Editorial Manager: Caglar Cetin

In this particular volume the issue of art as interference and the strategies that it should adopt have been reframed within the structures of contemporary technology as well as within the frameworks of interactions between art, science and media. What sort of interference should be chosen, if one at all, remains a personal choice for each artist, curator, critic and historian.

Contents

Introduction

  • Interference Strategies: Is Art in the Middle?
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  • Interference Strategies
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Articles

  • The Art of Decoding: n-Folded, n-Visioned, n-Cultured
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  • The Case of Biophilia: A Collective Composition of Goals and Distributed Action
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  • Contaminated Immersion and Thomas Demand: The Dailies
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  • Gesture in Search of a Purpose: A Prehistory of Mobility
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  • Headless and Unborn, or the Baphomet RestoredInterfering with Bataille and Masson’s Image of the Acephale
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  • Images (R)-Evolution: Media Arts Complex Imagery Challenging Humanities and Our Institutions of Cultural Memory
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  • Interference Wave Data and Art
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  • Interfering with the Dead
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  • Merge/Multiplex
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  • A Robot Walks into a Room: Google Art Project, The New Aesthetic, and the Accident of Art
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  • Towards an Ontology of Colour in the Age of Machinic Shine
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  • Transversal Interference
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