nanotechnology

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Hardcover, 268 pages
Publication Date: 
1992
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3901196048
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Exhibition Catalog
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The catalog of Ars Electronica 92 deals with two new disciplines, "Endo(physics) & Nano(technology)", which are changing our world-view. It documents artistic projects attempting to show that everything science rationally and radically reviews within endophysics has always been inherent in art - the reflection of the world in a work of art, the work of art itself as an interface to the world.

 
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(PhysOrg.com) -- Palladium atoms placed on a carbon base spontaneously formed into an 8 nanometer heart at the University of Birmingham`s Nanoscale Physics Research Laboratory this week. Just in time for Valentine`s Day!

 
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Vol. 42, No. 2, April 2009
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Volume 42, Issue 2 - April 2009


Table of Contents

Editorial

The Missing Link in Art-Science Discourse, or Art and the Social Sciences   -Sundar Sarukkai

 

Color Plates

Color Plates 

 

Leonardo Gallery

Social Fabrics: Wearable + Media + Interconnectivity -Susan Elizabeth Ryan

Gallery Artists

Sarah Kettley, Frank Greig, Joanna Berzowska, Younghui Kim, Ebru Kurbak, Ricardo Nascimento, Fabiana Shizue, Matthew Kenyon, Doug Easterly, Daniela Kostova, Olivia Robinson, Anne-Marie Skriver Hansen, Rachelle Beaudoin, Jeanne Jo, Islay Taylor, Geraldine Juárez

 

Artist's Article

Vanishing Landscapes: The Atlantic Salt Marsh -Joseph Emmanuel Ingoldsby

 

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magazine
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Vol. 42, No. 3, June 2009
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITORIAL

 

INTIMATE SCIENCE AND HARD HUMANITIES

by Roger Malina

 

ARTIST'S ARTICLE

MIDAS: A NANOTECHNOLOGICAL EXPLORATION OF TOUCH

by Paul Thomas

 

SPECIAL SECTION: CREATIVITY AND COGNITION 2007 CONFERENCE PAPERS

SPECIAL SECTION INTRODUCTION: CREATIVITY AND COGNITION 2007: MATERIALS OF CREATIVITY

by Elisa Giaccardi and Linda Candy

 

EMERGING MATERIALITY: REFLECTIONS ON CREATIVE USE OF SOFTWARE IN ELECTRONIC MUSIC COMPOSITION

by Olav W. Bertelsen, Morten Breinbjerg and Soren Pold

 

EDUCATING THE NEW MAKERS: CROSS-DISCIPLINARY CREATIVITY

by Mark D. Gross and Ellen Yi-Luen Do

 

TRIVET FIELDS: THE MATERIALITY OF INTERACTION IN ARCHITECTURAL SPACE

by Dagmar Reinhardt and Joanne Jakovich

 

 
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