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LEONARDO THINKS What would Leonardo Da Vinci be thinking today?

Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) and Roger Malina (Leonardo Executive Editor, Leonardo Publications, MIT Press) are pleased to announce a new feature, LEONARDO THINKS: Invited Editorials and Opinion Pieces from the Leonardo Network Available Through the Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA) https://test.leoalmanac.org/category/publications/leonardo-thinks/. What would Leonardo Da Vinci be thinking today? We live in a time as dangerous as was fifteenth century Italy, […]

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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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VISUAL THEORY AND ‘LEONARDO’ by David Carrier

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Historical Opinion by David Carrier David Carrier looks at what the journal Leonardo offers to those art historians with a renewed interest in visual theory discussions in 1993… Visual Theory and “Leonardo” In my own work-as art critic, as writer on the methodology of art history and as an International Co-Editor of Leonardo – I […]

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LEONARDO’S UNITY OF ARTISTIC AND SCIENTIFIC IDEAS by Aleksandra Manczak

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Historical Opinion by Aleksandra Manczak Aleksandra Mańczak concludes that the unity of Leonardo da Vinci’s artistic and scientific ideas has retained its validity and is richer today. Leonardo’s Unity of Artistic and Scientific Ideas If it is true that to observe and analyze nature makes one wise- and human history gives an affirmative answer-thenwe should […]

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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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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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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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Playing with Words Leonardo Review

Playing with Words: The Spoken Word in Artistic Practice by Cathy Lane, Editor CRiSAP, London, 2008 205 pp., illus. 90 b/w. Trade, £12.99 ISBN: 978-0-9558273-3-4. Reviewed by John F. Barber Digital Technology and Culture Washington State University Vancouver jfbarber@eaze.net When one thinks of a composer, one generally thinks of music, or some other sonic form. Rarely, does one think of […]

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Creativity + Complexity = Win Win by David Burraston

LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2012 Contemporary Opinion by David Burraston David Burraston proposes that creativity and complexity, as a combined endeavour with methodological rigour, has the potential to make our current and precarious game of life a win-win situation. Creativity + Complexity = Win Win   A couple in love walking along the banks of the Seine are, in real […]