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Volume 47, Number 3, 2014

Table of Contents


Marie Meets Leonardo: A Perfect Match?

p. 202

Artist’s Note

Computer Virus Sculptures and the Science That Inspired Them

pp. 206-211

Color Plates

pp. 213-215

Artist’s Article

Mirror Brain: Picture and Experience

pp. 216-223

General Articles

Toward an Algorithmic Realism: The Evolving Nature of Astronomical Knowledge in Representations of the Non-Visible

pp. 225-231

Endangered: A Study of Morphological Drawing in Zoological Taxonomy

pp. 232-239

Modes of Address in Pictorial Art: An Eye Movement Study of Manet’s Bar at the Folies-Bergère

pp. 241-247

General Note

Alan Turing’s Drawings, Autopoiesis and Can Buildings Think?

pp. 249-253


p. 255

Abstract Art as a Universal Language?

pp. 256-257

Rhythms of Kinesthetic Empathy

pp. 258-259

The Serial Collaborator: A Meta-Pianist for Real-Time Tonal and Non-tonal Music Generation

pp. 260-261

Adventures in ASCII Art

pp. 262-263

Special Section of Leonardo Transactions: Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks

Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks

p. 265

Computer Music Network

pp. 266-267

Mind the Graph: From Visualization to Collaborative Network Constructions

pp. 268-269

Collectivizing the Barr Model

p. 270

A Cookbook of Cinematic Delicacies That Do Not Expire

p. 271

Linked Sources: A Network Approach to The Repertory of Sixteenth-Century Polyphony

p. 272

Delayed Dynamic in Genre Emergence

p. 273

Dynamic Visualization of Networks

p. 274

A Community Under Attack: Protestant Letter Networks in the Reign of Mary I

p. 275

The Communion of Saints: Networks and Iconography

p. 276

Hybrids are Hubs: Transdisciplinarity, The Two Cultures and The Special Status of Artscientists

p. 277

Digitally Researching The Network Drawings of Mark Lombardi

pp. 278-279

3rd Art and Science International Exhibition and Symposium Beijing, 2012 (Part 2 of 2)

p. 281

Special Section of Leonardo Transactions: 3rd Art and Science International Exhibition and Symposium, Beijing, 2012 (Part 2)

Re-Imagining Utopias: The Bat/Human Project

pp. 282-285

A Study of Sustainable Techniques in Chinese Traditional Microenvironment Design—Taking Natural Ventilation as an Example

pp. 286-289

Symbolic Practice of Rural Sanitation Science Popularization in The Period of Collectivization

pp. 290-293

Neuroaesthetics Research in The Construction of Chinese Character Art

pp. 294-296

Leonardo Reviews

Understanding Pain: Exploring the Perception of Pain by Fernando Cervero (review)

pp. 297-298

After Art by David Joselit (review)

pp. 298-299

How Things Shape the Mind: A Theory of Material Engagement by Lambros Malafouris (review)

pp. 299-300

The Heretical Archive: Digital Memory at the End of Film by Domietta Torlasco (review)

pp. 300-301

Money, Trains, and Guillotines: Art and Revolution in 1960s Japan by William A. Marotti, and: From Postwar to Postmodern: Art in Japan 1945 1989 edited by Doryun Chong, Michio Hayashi, Kenji Kajiya and Fumihiko Sumitomo (review)

pp. 301-302

Picturing the Cosmos: Hubble Space Telescope Images and the Astronomical Sublime by Elizabeth A. Kessler (review)

pp. 302-303

“Raw Data” is an Oxymoron edited by Lisa Gitelman (review)

pp. 303-304

Visual Histories: Photography in the Popular Imagination by Malavika Karlekar (review)

pp. 304-305

Surrealist Ghostliness by Katharine Conley (review)

pp. 305-306

700 Artists’ Processes by Maxime Chanson (review)

pp. 306-307

Insect Media: An Archaeology of Animals and Technology by Jussi Parikka (review)

pp. 307-308

Leonardo Network News

pp. 309-310

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