by / on November 27, 2017 at 7:52 pm / in News, Reviews

LSE Review of Cloud and Molecular Aesthetics

Cloud and Molecular Aesthetics, senior editors Professor Lanfranco Aceti, Professor Paul Thomas, and Professor Edward Colless, has received a great review by Sander Hölsgens for the London School of Economics Review of Books. Hölsgens, who is currently based at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, writes that “the volume orients the arts and sciences towards each other rather than suggesting […]

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by / on December 12, 2015 at 3:50 am / in Publications, Volumes

L.A. Re.Play Volume 21 No 1

L.A. Re.Play: Mobile Network Culture in Placemaking, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 21 Issue 1 ISBN: 978-1-906897-36-9 ISSN: 1071-4391 Date of Publication: January 15, 2016 Number of Pages: 244 Special Issue Editors: Lanfranco Aceti, Hana Iverson and Mimi Sheller Editorial Manager: Caglar Cetin The print issue of LEA Volume 21 Issue 1 L.A. Re.Play: Mobile Network Culture in Placemaking is available on Amazon. […]

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by / on November 28, 2014 at 9:53 pm / in Publications, Volumes

Interference Strategies Volume 20 No 2

Interference Strategies, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 20 Issue 2 ISBN: 978-1-906897-32-1 ISSN: 1071-4391 Date of Publication: April 15, 2014 Number of Pages: 157 Book Editors: Lanfranco Aceti and Paul Thomas Editorial Manager: Caglar Cetin The print issue of the LEA Book Interference Strategies, Volume 20 Issue 2 is available on Amazon. In this particular volume the issue of art as interference and the […]

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by / on November 20, 2014 at 3:32 pm / in Articles, Uncategorized

The Disturbed Dialectic of Literary Criticism in an Age of Innovation / Davin Heckman

Davin Heckman Mass Communication Winona State University P.O. Box 5838 175 West Mark Street Winona, MN 55987 USA Keywords: Electronic Literature, Digital Arts, Databases, Criticism, Speed, Time, Dialectic, Attention Abstract In this essay, Davin Heckman discusses the impact of technical change on the field of criticism in electronic literature and the digital arts.  Heckman discusses the challenges speed poses […]

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by / on November 20, 2014 at 3:22 pm / in Articles

Drawing Dromologies / Anthi Kosma

Anthi Kosma Keywords: Drawing, Emotions, Accompany, Dromology, Flow, Speed Abstract: What is inter changing in new media technology is not only the knowledge, the information or the codes but also the emotions raised from the pleasure of making, the feeling of belonging in a community and the act of sharing experiences. With new technology, an individual experience is transformed […]

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by / on November 20, 2014 at 3:17 pm / in Articles

The Calculated Community: On the Tensions and Paradoxes of ‘Social Media’ / Ingrid M. Hoofd

Ingrid M. Hoofd Department of Communications and New Media Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, National University of Singapore Abstract: How may we assess the ways in which new media technologies alter the face of community today? Do social media like Facebook allow for new forms of democratic living-together, or do they base themselves on or consist of a […]

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by / on November 20, 2014 at 3:06 pm / in Articles

Four-dimensional sculpture but about 4500 years old and unseen until now / Di Pattison

Di Pattison Keywords Avebury, Neolithic, stonecarving, installation, illusion Abstract The discovery and analysis of a huge corpus of high-quality Neolithic stonecarvings at the Avebury World Heritage Site challenges modern presumptions about recent innovations in visual art and our current understanding of British Art History and Avebury’s archaeology. The paper discusses some of the most remarkable features of this sculpture […]

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by / on November 20, 2014 at 2:33 pm / in Articles

Neuronal Aesthetic Plasticity: ‘Does correlation exist between the new level of transience in the experiential info-sphere and an evolved aesthetic relations in the neural networks in the brain?’ / Andrew Denham

Abstract: This paper examines with fluid intent the scientific field of Neuroaesthetics, a neurologically derived analysis of aesthetic processing through the empirical study of the neural networks in the brain, in an attempt to position the human brain’s cognitive development in an era of mutable media, simultaneous distributed networks, mass commodification of data and perceived open interaction. The intention is […]

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by / on November 20, 2014 at 12:59 pm / in Articles

When Faster Takes Longer: Length, Authority, and the Fate of U.S. News / Kevin G. Barnhurst

Kevin G. Barnhurst, Ph.D. Chair of Communication in the Digital Era Institute of Communications Studies University of Leeds Abstract As communications go faster, has daily news followed suit? Journalists say yes, technology made cutting texts easier, but news articles have been growing longer for more than a century in U.S. newspapers, newscasts, and websites. Why? Economics can explain the […]

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by / on May 12, 2014 at 6:59 am / in Publications, Volumes

Red Art Volume 20 No 1

Red Art: New Utopias in Data Capitalism, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 20 Issue 1 ISBN: 978-1-906897-28-4 ISSN: 1071-4391 Date of Publication: January 15, 2014 Number of Pages: 284 Volume Editors: Lanfranco Aceti, Susanne Jaschko and Julian Stallabrass Editor: Bill Balaskas The print issue of LEA Volume 20 Issue 1 Red Art: New Utopias in Data Capitalism is available on Amazon. The publication investigates the relevance of socialist […]

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