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  1. Zero Gravity, Anti-Mimesis and the Abolition of the Horizon: On Cosmokinetic Cabinet Noordung’s “Postgravity Art”
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  1. Digital Critics: The Early History of Online Art Criticism
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  1. The Twilight of Presence: Pictorialized Illumination in Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper
  2. Justin Underhill
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  1. The Art of Computing as Frieder Nake’s Response to the Problem of “Mechanized Mental Labor”: The Early Debates Revisited
  2. Joanna Walewska
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  1. The Electronic Vesalius: Embodying Anatomy Atlases
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  1. Truth Emerging from Leading-Edge Art/Science/Technology Interaction
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  1. Trapping the Objectless
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  1. Nubis et Nuclei: A Study on Noise and Precision
  2. Kerstin Ergenzinger, Thorsten Schumm, Simon Stellmer
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  1. Simulated Despondency for Robots in Distress
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  1. Becoming.a (Thing): An Artists’ Perspective on High-Performance Computing
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  1. Hiroshi Kawano (1925–2012): Japan’s Pioneer of Computer Arts
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  1. The iEAR Studios Startup: Curriculum and Values in Electronic Arts Education
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  1. At the Crossroads of Art and Science: Neuroaesthetics Begins to Come into Its Own
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