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DAC09, The First LEA Special Issue Is Out


Untitled Picture (“Subtext”), Julie Levin Russo, April 2008, digital image.

DAC09: After Media: Embodiment and Context, Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Volume 17 Issue 2

ISBN: 978-1906897-16-1
ISSN: 1071-4391
Link: https://test.leoalmanac.org/vol17-no2-dac09-after-media-embodiment-and-context/

From Technological Queers to Game Based Pedagogy: The Best of Contemporary Interdisciplinary Research in Digital Art Culture and Media.

As Editor in Chief of the Leonardo Electronic Almanac, I am very happy to present the first of the LEA Special Volumes done in collaboration with Prof. Simon Penny. DAC09: After Media: Embodiment and Context was generated from the conference by the same name that Prof. Penny chaired at the end of 2009.

The collaboration with Prof. Simon Penny has offered the opportunity to create a special volume that collates the contemporary developments in the fields of new media and digital art culture.

I am very grateful to the authors in this volume who will provide the reader with an insight in current research and possible future developments in contemporary interdisciplinary fields. DAC09: After Media: Embodiment and Context is a seminal volume that introduces innovative perspectives and presents new conceptualizations and artistic approaches.

Volume Editors: Lanfranco Aceti and Simon Penny.
Contributors:
Stephanie Boluk, Mauro Carassai, Kenny Chow, Sharon Daniel, Kristen Galvin, D. Fox Harrell, Sneha Veeragoudar Harrell, Garnet Hertz, Ji-hoon Felix Kim, Patrick LeMieux, Elisabeth Losh, Mark Marino, Michael Mateas, Chandler B. McWilliams, Carrie Noland, Anne Sullivan, Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Jichen Zhu.