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Becky Heritage, Assistant Bookstore Manager

becky@eyebeam.org


Becky has worked across a spectrum of educational settings: murals workshops with New York graffiti artists; teaching hardware/software courses; to MFA and BFA students at Parsons School of Art, Media, and Technology; offering soft circuitry workshops in New York City public schools; and game design and soft circuit workshops for adolescents with special needs. She is currently pursuing her second Masters, M.S. Ed in Special Education (9-12), and is researching how computational-thinking and systems-thinking, married with technology-based art forms, can serve as a platform for integrated curriculum. Becky explores pathways of data and implications of perception in pedagogy, tactility, and audio/visual experiences.  Conceptual domains of her art work encompass subcultures, drawing machines, and feedback loops. The mediums include hardware/software setups, drawings, and soft circuitry. Some recent work have been illustrations with game collective Local No. 12, Metagame a card game about video games, and soft circuitry consultation and fabrication with fashion designer Norma Kamali.

To Order, Contact:
Doug Boatwright
Bookstore Manager
bookstore@eyebeam.org

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Roger F. Malina, Executive Editor

Volume 41, Issue 4 - August 2008

 

Thumbnail Leonardo February 2009

Roger F. Malina, Executive Editor

Volume 42, Issue 1 - February 2009

Editorial

The Future of Leonardo Depends on You! - Jeffrey Babcock


Color Plates

Color Plates

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Roger F. Malina, Executive Editor

Volume 41, Issue 3 - June 2008

Editorial

Cybernetic, Technoetic, Syncretic: The Prospect for Art - Roy Ascott

Artist's Statement

Wave Pillow  -...

Thumbnail Leonardo Music Journal - Volume 18

Leonardo Music Journal is a print journal, published annually. Leonardo Music Journal is edited by Leonardo/the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, and published...

Thumbnail Leonardo Music Journal - Volume 19

Leonardo Music Journal is a print journal, published annually. Leonardo Music Journal is edited by Leonardo/the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, and...

Thumbnail Leonardo October 2008

Roger F. Malina, Executive Editor

Volume 41, Issue 5 - October 2008

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Volume 42, Issue 2 - April 2009


Table of Contents

Editorial

The Missing Link in Art-Science Discourse,...

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

 

INTIMATE SCIENCE AND HARD HUMANITIES

by Roger Malina

 

ARTIST'S ARTICLE...

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Jill Magid

The novella Lincoln Ocean Victor Eddy developed from entries recorded by artist Jill Magid in her black book, during and between meetings based on experiences working the night-shift with a...

Thumbnail Line Up: The Unofficial Portraits 3rd Edition

Ligorano/Reese

Line Up: The Unofficial Portraits 3rd Edition

In 2001, the U.S. Attorney of New Jersey gave our John Ashcroft snow globe to the Attorney General as a gift. David Israelite, Ashcroft'...

Thumbnail Magic Moments: Collaborations Between Artists And Young People

Harding, Anna

Magic Moments is a collection of texts and images reflecting opinions and insights of artists working on creative projects with young people. It examines their motives and working processes...

Thumbnail Making Stuff for Kids

Victoria Woodcock

Following on from the success of Making Stuff: An Alternative Craft Book, Making Stuff for Kids is a vibrant and exciting new craft book that...
Thumbnail Marching Plague: Germ Warfare and Global Public Health

Critical Art Ensemble

Thumbnail Mechademia 1

Frenchy Lunning, ed.

After decades in which American popular culture dominated global media and markets, Japanese popular culture—primarily manga and anime, but also toys, card and video games, and fashion—has...

Thumbnail Media Between Culture and Commerce

Els de Bens

In the face of declining newspaper sales, challenges from online competitors, and flagging ratings for broadcast news programs, media companies have struggled to maintain their relevance. ...

Thumbnail Meta/Data

Mark Amerika

This rich collection of writings by pioneering digital artist Mark Amerika mixes (and remixes) personal memoir, net art theory, fictional narrative, satirical reportage, scholarly history, and...

Thumbnail Michael Snow: Wavelength

Elizabeth Legge

In 1966, at the height of minimal art in New York, artist Michael Snow chose not to make another object to be placed in a room but instead spent a year planning a film of a...

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new media art
.S.W.A.M.P. interview.
.!Mediengruppe Bitnik interview.
.ISEA 2008, Singapore report.
.Ars Electronica 2008 report.
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Eng, Diana

Scripting Green - Issue 33 Summer 2009

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Thumbnail New Media in the White Cube and Beyond: Curatorial Models for Digital Art

Christiane Paul, ed.

This provocative, cutting-edge anthology addresses the challenges of curating, presenting, and preserving new-media art—artworks that use digital technologies as media and emphasize process over...

Thumbnail Noise, Water, Meat: A History of Sound in the Arts

Douglas Kahn

This interdisciplinary history and theory of sound in the arts reads the twentieth century by listening to it—to the emphatic and exceptional sounds of modernism and those on the cusp of...

Thumbnail Norman Klein: Bleeding Through--Layers of Los Angeles, 1920-1986

Comella, Rosemary and Kratky, Andreas Ed.

Bleeding Through: Layers of Los Angeles, 1920 - 1986 is an interactive DVD-ROM exploring the ideas of renowned cultural historian Norman M. Klein. A loosely constructed documentary underlying a...

Thumbnail Open 10: (In)tolerance

Jorinde Seijdel, Liesbeth Melis, eds.

No discourse seems more hollow at the present moment than that about tolerance and freedom of expression: in Western culture these concepts are scarcely capable any longer of generating meanings...

Thumbnail Open Air Radiotopia

Rupert Huber

Open Air Radiotopia is a documentary CD resulting from an open call for sounds, poems, scores, etc. The aim was to help create the unique sound-image of Radiotopia-radio as a worldwide medium for...

Thumbnail Opening Up Education

Toru Iiyoshi

Given the abundance of open education initiatives that aim to make educational assets freely available online, the time seems ripe to explore the potential of open education to transform the...

Thumbnail OurSpace: Resisting the Corporate Control of Culture

Christine Harold

When reporters asked about the Bush administration’s timing in making their case for the Iraq war, then Chief of Staff Andrew Card responded that “from an marketing point of view, you don’t...

Thumbnail Out of Control

Karl Gerbel

Out of control discusses the consequences of technological progress, the aspect of the dangers implicated in the increasing mechanization of life and the getting-out-of-control of technological...

Thumbnail Paper Placemats

Jason Fulford, Leanne Shapton, Paul Maliszewski, Matt Singer, eds.

Paper Placemats is a bound book of forty paper placemats, printed with work by thirty artists and ten writers. Each placemat can be ripped out and used. Contributors were asked to submit...

Thumbnail Participation (Documents of Contemporary Art)

Clair Bishop - Editor

The desire to move viewers out of the role of passive observers and into the role of producers is one of the hallmarks of twentieth-century art. This tendency can be found in practices and...