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A digital landscape image created by a textural generation system that evolved with computational aesthetic support.

(© Gade et al.) (See article in this issue by Prasad Gade et al.)

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Dance Becoming Knowledge

Designing a digital “body” in contemporary dance practice through tailored digital choreographic objects. Top left and right: Becoming screen shots.

(© Scott deLahunta. Photo: Marc Downie [OpenEndedGroup] and Nick Rothwell [Cassiel].) Bottom left and right: Company dancers working with Becoming in the studio during the creation of Atomos. (© Scott deLahunta. Photo: David Bickerstaff.) (See article in this issue by James Leach and Scott deLahunta.)

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The Last Word Is: Imagination

Edgard Varèse, (1) pencil, ink and chalk design, 1952; (2) Portes, 1955 (?); (3) untitled oil on wood painting, 1951.

(1–3 reproduced by permission of Jacques Besson.) (See article in this issue by Roger Reynolds.)

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Exploring the Cognitive Correlates of Artistic Practice Using a Parameterized Non-Photorealistic Toolkit

Steve DiPaola, Computational Painterly Rendering 2, 2017. One of four experiments based on eye tracking of human viewers, using a non-photorealistic rendering toolkit to generate example artworks with manipulated generation parameters.

(© Steve DiPaola) (See top-ranked abstract in this issue by Steve DiPaola in the LABS 2016 special section.)

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