Leonardo Thinks

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ARTS | HUMANITIES | COMPLEX NETWORKS by Schich, Meirelles and Barabási

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Contemporary Article by Maximilian Schich, Isabel Meirelles and Albert-László Barabási Maximilian Schich, Isabel Meirelles and Albert-László Barabási discuss how the study of networks and network visualizations has expanded research options in science, art and the humanities. Arts | Humanities | Complex Networks In the last decade, the science of complex networks [1] experienced a remarkable […]

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by / on January 11, 2011 at 6:16 pm / in Leonardo Thinks

PSYCHOLOGY AND ART IN ‘LEONARDO’ by Arnheim and Tsao

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Historical Article by Rudolf Arnheim and Karen Tsao Rudolf Arnheim and Karen Tsao propose that the psychology of art is the kind of synthesis our culture requires. Psychology and Art in “Leonardo” An issue devoted to the relations between psychology and the arts cannot but bring to mind the many years during which Leonardo has […]

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by / on January 4, 2011 at 6:16 pm / in Leonardo Thinks

LEONARDO: THE FIRST DECADE by Frank Malina

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Historical Article by Frank Malina When Leonardo was launched in 1968, the viability of an international professional journal for those working in the visual fine arts was uncertain, primarily as regards obtaining a sufficient number of manuscripts from artists on their work. The cooperation of at least a small percentage of the large number of […]

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by / on December 14, 2010 at 6:18 pm / in Leonardo Thinks

AIMS AND SCOPE OF LEONARDO: BUT ET PORTEE DE LEONARDO by Frank Malina

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Historical Article by Frank Malina Aims and Scope of Leonardo: But et Portee de Leonardo Although visual or plastic fine art is one of the oldest fields of human endeavor, there are no journals of international origin that are by and for the artists themselves. There are numerous journals for aestheticians, for historians of art […]

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by / on December 12, 2010 at 5:17 pm / in Leonardo Thinks

ART IN THE TIME OF THE ARTIFICIAL by Frieder Nake

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Historical Opinion by by Frieder Nake Frieder Nake looks at how information and the computer have opened up the discourse on aesthetics, reality, and the nature of art. Art in the Time of the Artificial In February 1965 when the first exhibit of computer art opened at the study gallery at the University of Stuttgart, […]

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by / on December 11, 2010 at 6:17 pm / in Leonardo Thinks

ARTSCIENCE by Root-Bernstein, Siler, Brown, Snelson

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Contemporary Article by Robert Root-Bernstein, Todd Siler, Adam Brown, Kenneth Snelson Forthcoming in Leonardo Journal, MIT Press 2011 ArtScience: Integrative Collaboration To Create a Sustainable Future Interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary, cross-disciplinary, intermedia, transmedia, and multimedia are becoming ever more prominent within the sciences, technology, and arts. These new ways of conceiving knowledge and its products creates opportunities […]

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by / on December 10, 2010 at 6:19 pm / in Leonardo Thinks

LEONARDO THINKS INTRODUCTION

Leonardo Thinks Since its founding in 1967 Leonardo has published the work of over 5000 artists, scientists, engineers and scholars. This creative community can be thought of as the New Leonardos, individuals and groups working together to cross link the arts, sciences and technologies on the burning issues of our times. This LEONARDO THINKS section posts the invited editorials and […]

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