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Leonardo is the leading international peer-reviewed journal on the use of contemporary science and technology in the arts and music and, increasingly, the application and influence of the arts and humanities on science and technology.
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Forthcoming in Leonardo Vol. 52, No. 1, February 2019
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Carol Strohecker: Reshaping the Discourse about Higher Education
Valerie Constantino: Instinct Extinct: The Great Pacific Flyway
Inke Arns: Zero Gravity, Anti-Mimesis and the Abolition of the Horizon: On Cosmokinetic Cabinet Noordung’s “Postgravity Art”
Inge Hinterwaldner: Systems Perspectivation as a General Basis for Computer Simulations
Camilla Mørk Røstvik: Visual Narratives: A History of Art at CERN
Charlotte Frost: Digital Critics: The Early History of Online Art Criticism
Justin Underhill: The Twilight of Presence: Pictorialized Illumination in Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper
Joanna Walewska: The Art of Computing as Frieder Nake’s Response to the Problem of “Mechanized Mental Labor”: The Early Debates Revisited
Susan Holden: Nicolas Schoffer’s SCAM: An Aesthetic Perturbation in the Urban Field
John Mulligan, Matthew Wettergreen, Ying Jin, Benjamin Rasich and Isaac Phillips: The Electronic Vesalius: Embodying Anatomy Atlases
Special Section: FEAT
Papers by Erich Prem; Anna Dumitriu and Sarah Goldberg; Evelina Domnitch, Dmitry Gelfand and Tommaso Calarco; Kerstin Ergenzinger; Vicky Isley and Paul Smith; and Špela Petrič and Miha Turšič
Special Section: Pioneers and Pathbreakers
Simone Gristwood: Hiroshi Kawano (1925--2012): Japan’s Pioneer of Computer Arts
Neil Rolnick: The iEAR Studios Startup: Curriculum and Values in Electronic Arts Education
Reviews by Phil Dyke, Jan Baetens, Brian Reffin Smith, Amy Ione, Michael Punt, Edith Doove, Ana Peraica, Gabriela Galati and Rob Harle
Jose L. Contreras-Vidal, Jeannie Kever, Dario Robleto and James Rosengren: At the Crossroads of Art and Science: Neuroaesthetics Begins to Come into Its Own
Practice-Based Research in the Creative Arts: Foundations and Futures from the Front Line (1464 times)LeonardoVolume: 51, Issue: 1, pp. 63-69
LeonardoVolume: 49, Issue: 4, pp. 306-316
LeonardoVolume: 40, Issue: 1, pp. 20-28
(Note that the Most Read numbers are based on the number of full text downloads over the last 12 months.)
LeonardoVolume: 39, Issue: 2, pp. 155-162
Everyday Creativity: Shared Languages & Collective Action 7th Creativity and Cognition Conference, 27–30 October 2009, Berkeley Art Museum and the University of California at Berkeley (16 times)LeonardoVolume: 43, Issue: 3, pp. 292-293
Debates in the Digital Humanities edited by Matthew K. Gold. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, MN, U.S.A., 2012. 532 pp., illus. Trade; paper. ISBN: 978-0-8166-7794-8; ISBN: 978-0-8166-7795-5 (14 times)LeonardoVolume: 46, Issue: 2, pp. 186-187
(Note that the Most Cited numbers are based on Crossref's Cited-by service and reflect citation information for the past 24 months. )