In this Issue
- Volume 40, Number 1, February 2007
- Special Issue: Aesthetics and Visualization in Chemistry (review)
- Guest Editor: Martha Wilson
Leonardo, founded in 1968, has become an international channel of communication for artists who use science and developing technologies in their work. With emphasis on the artists' writings, Leonardo is the leading international journal for readers interested in the application of contemporary science and technology in their work. The companion annual journal, Leonardo Music Journal (LMJ) features the latest in music, multimedia art, sound science and technology.
published byThe MIT Press
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Table of Contents
- pp. 4-5
- The Dream of Reason
- pp. 7-9
- Anthony Discenza: Host
- p. 11
Special Section: Live Art and Science on the Internet
Guest Editor: Martha Wilson
The Internet has become a venue and medium for art as a means to broadcast ideas to a worldwide audience. As artists and others produce live art on the Internet, liveness, presence, mediatization, on-line activism, surveillance and identity/gender, among other issues, are being explored.
Guest Editor Martha Wilson investigates the subject of "Live Art and Science on the Internet" in this ongoing special section in Leonardo, looking at the work of artists and scientists using the Internet to create work or conduct investigations live and on-line.
- ELIZA REDUX: A Mutable Iteration
- pp. 31-36
- Color Plates
- pp. 43-50
Special Section: ArtScience: The Essential Connection
Guest Editor: Robert Root-Bernstein
The sixth installment of a Leonardo special project exploring the work and writings of artistic scientists who find their art avocation valuable; scientifically literate artists who draw problems, materials, techniques or processes from the sciences; or others interested in such interactions.
- Niko Tinbergen's Visual Arts
- pp. 68-69
Special Section: From the Leonardo Archive
We are thrilled this year to be publishing the 40th volume of Leonardo! As part of Leonardo's 40th Anniversary celebrations, we will be reprinting seminal texts from the journal's rich 40-year archive. In this issue, we present an article from the first issue of Leonardo, published in 1967: Frank J. Malina's "Kinetic Painting: The Lumidyne System." The reader is invited to read and marvel at the groundbreaking work and thought of this artist documented in Leonardo 40 years ago.
- Kinetic Painting: The Lumidyne System
- pp. 81-90
- The Flower Shop (review)
- p. 97
- Angels and Demons in Art (review)
- pp. 98-99
- Art, Time, and Technology (review)
- pp. 100-101
Leonardo Reviews On-line
- Leonardo Reviews On-line
- p. 104
Leonardo Network News
- Leonardo Network News
- pp. 106-107
Copyright © 2007 the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology (ISAST), the owner of Leonardo.