restricted access   Volume 51, Number 2, 2018

Table of Contents

Editorial

Art Remembering Science

p. 102

Artists' Articles

DreamArchitectonics: An Interactive Audiovisual Installation

pp. 105-110

A-me and BrainCloud: Art-Science Interrogations of Localization in Neuroscience

pp. 111-117

Artists' Notes

Refractive Fingerprints of Lenses: Explorations in Light Transformations

pp. 118-123

The Virtual Reality Art Installation Endocytosis: Evolving from a Flat Land into a Three-Dimensional World

pp. 124-127

Color Plates

pp. 129-132

General Articles

Biopoiesis: Electrochemical Media

pp. 133-137

Warholian Repetition and the Viewer's Affective Response to Artworks from His Death and Disaster Series

pp. 138-142

Historical Perspectives

Digital Art: The '60s to the '80s, from the Point of View of an Observactor

pp. 143-144

Concrete Photography: (In-Between) Light Image and Data Image

pp. 146-154

The Contribution of Desmond Paul Henry (1921–2004) to Twentieth-Century Computer Art

pp. 156-162

Statement

Traces: Mobile Eye Tracking Captures User Sensory Experience in an Outdoor Walking Tour Environment

pp. 163-164

Special Section: ArtScience

Art in the Sciences of the Artificial

pp. 165-172

Special Section: Artists and War

Are We an Intelligent Race?

pp. 173-174

Special Section: Papers from the 4th and 5th Balance-Unbalance International Conference: Part 1

Papers from the 4th and 5th Balance-Unbalance International Conference, Part 1

p. 175

Balance–Unbalance: Transforming Paradigms (Art ↔ Environment)

pp. 176-177

Water Infrastructure and New Music as Agents of Environmental Awareness

p. 178

Climate and Music, Beyond Sonification: Balance-Unbalance 2016

pp. 179-180

The Value of Waste

pp. 181-182

Esmog Data: Interpreting Air Quality Through Media Art and Design

p. 183

The Art and Science of Recording the Environment

p. 184

Visualizations in Economics

pp. 185-186

Ontohacking: Onto-Ecological Politics in the Algoricene

pp. 187-188

Water Issues in Chile: How Does a Dry River Sound?

pp. 189-190

Relationships between Art, Science and Epistemology: The Earth as a Laboratory and the "Intruder Artist"

pp. 191-192

Listening to the Ocean in the Desert

pp. 193-194

Ecocompositional and Performative Strategies for Creative Usage of Everyday Sounds: Creative Semantic Anchoring

pp. 195-196

Could Human Development Be the Key to Environmental Sustainability?

pp. 197-198

The Drama of Dengue Fever: Civic-oriented Journalists, Community and Artists Fighting Dengue

pp. 199-200

Leonardo Reviews

Playback: A Genealogy of 1980s British Videogames by Alex Wade (review)

pp. 201-202

Across & Beyond: A Transmediale Reader on Post-Digital Practices, Concepts, and Institutions ed. by Ryan Bishop et al. (review)

pp. 203-205

Screen Ecologies: Art, Media, and the Environment in the Asia-Pacific Region by Larissa Hjorth et al. (review)

pp. 205-206

Between Film, Video, and the Digital: Hybrid Moving Images in the Post-Media Age by Jihoon Kim (review)

pp. 206-207

The Age of Lovecraft ed. by Carl H. Sederholm and Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock (review)

pp. 207-208

Making Trouble: Surrealism and the Human Sciences by Derek Sayer (review)

pp. 208-209

Institutional Critique to Hospitality: Bio Art Practice Now ed. by Assimina Kaniari, and: Ciencia Abierta: Singularidad e Irrupción en Las Fronteras de la Práctica Artística/Open Science: Singularity and Emergence on the Boundary of Artistic Practice ed. by Ignacio Nieto and Marcelo Velasco (review)

pp. 209-211

The Apparently Marginal Activities of Marcel Duchamp by Elena Filipovic (review)

pp. 211-212

Memory in Motion: Archives, Technology and the Social ed. by Ina Blom, Trond Lundemo and Eivind Røssaak (review)

pp. 212-213

The Interface: IBM and the Transformation of Corporate Design, 1945–1976 by John Harwood (review)

pp. 213-214

Leonardo Reviews Online

p. 214

The Network

pp. 215-216

It Is Time to Think the Anthropocene!: A Manifesto

pp. 217-219