- Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks
This ongoing series of special sections highlights a diversity of research contributions revolving around networks in culture, networks in art, networks in the humanities, art about networks and research in network visualization. These five topical attractors have emerged from our ongoing symposia and over 50 published contributions. Continuing our mission to foster multidisciplinary research on complex systems within or with the help of arts and humanities, we aim to support our flourishing community.
The current section presents selected papers from the fifth Leonardo satellite symposium on “Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks” at NetSci2014, the International School and Conference on Network Science, 3 June 2014, at the Clark Kerr Campus of the University of California, Berkeley. The selection is complemented with a paper submitted for this special section. Our symposium was co-chaired by Maximilian Schich, Isabel Meirelles and Roger Malina.
A forthcoming special section will present results of the sixth Leonardo satellite symposium at NetSci2015 at the World Trade Center Zaragoza (WTCZ) in Spain: <http://artshumanities.netsci2015.net>. We encourage interested authors and artists to send proposals, queries and/or manuscripts using the subject “Arts, Humanities and Complex Networks” to the Guest Editors at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
In this issue:
|Claire L. Kovacs: Mapping Paris: Social and Artistic Networks, 1855–1889||446|
|Giorgio Caviglia and Nicole Coleman: Idiographic Network Visualizations||447|
|Arram Bae, Doheum Park, Juyong Park and Yong-Yeol Ahn: Network Landscape of Western Classical Music||448|
|Heidi Boisvert: Echoing Narcissus: Bio-Adaptive, Game-Based Networked Performance||449|
|Dmitry Zinoviev: The Pain of Complexity||450|
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