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  Volume 35, Number 4, August 2002

Table of Contents

From: Leonardo

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Erratum

p. 364

Color Plates

pp. 377-378

Materials Received

p. 457

Introducing the LDR Panelists

pp. 457-458

Leonardo/ISAST News

pp. 459-460

Editorial

Frank Malina and UNESCO: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

pp. 351-352

In Memoriam

Iannis Xenakis: 1922-2001

pp. 353-354

The Leonardo Gallery

Peruvian Video/Electronic Art

pp. 355-356

Cubo luminoso, Gran Guacamayo precolombino, El templo de las luciernagas

p. 357

Hola y chao, Killing for Living, Yo Robot, To: me

p. 358

Langoy, Viste?

p. 359

Donde Habitas? (Que rica combinacion), Combimen

p. 360

Casa

p. 361

Feet on the Ground, No Logo, The Line

p. 362

Number, RGB

p. 363

Artists' Article

Growing Semi-Living Sculptures: The Tissue Culture & Art Project

pp. 365-370

Artists' Note

Drawing with the Hand in Free Space: Creating 3D Shapes with Gesture in a Semi-Immersive Environment

pp. 371-375

Artists' Statements

The Continuous Line in Space and Time

pp. 379-380

Spontaneity Displayed Through Technology

pp. 380-381

General Article

Aesthetic Programming: Crafting Personalized Software

pp. 383-390

Extended Abstract

Applying Galois Lattices to the Interactions of the Virgin and Child in Bellini's Paintings

pp. 391-392

Special Section
A-Life in Art, Design, Edutainment, Games and Research
Guest Edited by Christa Sommerer

The Scientific and Philosophical Scope of Artificial Life

pp. 395-400

Artificial Life and Philosophy

pp. 401-405

A Kantian Prescription for Artificial Conscious Experience

pp. 407-411

Special Section
SIGGRAPH Art and Culture Program
Guest Edited by Dena Eber

Special Section Introduction: Art and Culture Papers from N-Space: The SIGGRAPH 2001 Art Gallery

pp. 415-416

What Does a Very Large-Scale Conversation Look Like? Artificial Dialectics and the Graphical Summarization of Large Volumes of E-Mail

pp. 417-426

Schizophrenia and Narrative in Artificial Agents

pp. 427-431

Art in the Information Age: Technology and Conceptual Art

pp. 433-438

New Media Dictionary

New Media Dictionary: Part VI: Telematics

pp. 439-443

Commentaries

Art as Information

pp. 445-446

Reply to Roger Malina

p. 446

Leonardo Reviews

Books

Secret Knowledge: Rediscovering the Lost Techniques of the Old Masters (review)

p. 447

The Dream Drugstore: Chemically Altered States of Consciousness (review)

p. 448

Uplifted Spirits, Earthbound Machines: Studies on Artists and the Dream of Flight, 1900-1935 (review)

p. 448

Bootstrapping: Douglas Engelbart, Coevolution and the Origins of Personal Computing (review)

pp. 449-450

Presences of/Presences de Iannis Xenakis

pp. 450-451

Leonardo on Painting (review)

p. 451

La seconde chance d'Icare: pour une ethique de l'espace (review)

pp. 451-452

Maya Deren and the American Avant-Garde (review)

pp. 452-453

The Body/Body Problem: Selected Essays (review)

pp. 453-454

Compact Disc

La Rioja (review)

p. 454

Conference

Art, Science, Technology: A New Step in St. Petersburg

pp. 454-455

Exhibition Catalog

Spectacular Bodies: The Art and Science of the Human Body from Leonardo to Now (review)

p. 455

Review Article

Art, Obsession and Possession: Is Freud Still Interesting?

pp. 455-457

Endnote

Abstraction, Action Painting, Ready-Mades and All That

pp. 461-462

Research Areas

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