The Internet has become a venue and medium for art as a means to broadcast ideas to a worldwide audience. As artists and others produce live art on the Internet, liveness, presence, mediatization, on-line activism, surveillance and identity/gender, among other issues, are being explored.
Beginning with this issue, Guest Editor Martha Wilson investigates the subject "Live Art and Science on the Internet" in a series of special sections in Leonardo. Texts documenting the work of artists or scientists who use the Internet to create work or conduct investigations live on-line will be featured.
Prospective authors, please send an initial statement of interest with a brief explanation of your project to Martha Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org>. For author guidelines, follow the link "Info for Authors" on Leonardo On-Line <www.leonardo.info>. [End Page 192]