Technoetic Arts is a well-established peer-reviewed academic journal, founded by Roy Ascott in 2003 and published by Intellect in Bristol, UK. Exploring the juncture of art practice, technology and the human mind, drawing from academic research and often unorthodox approaches, Technoetic Arts opens up a forum for trans-disciplinary speculative research.
This PubPub community online space serves the Editorial Organism of Technoetic Arts. We keep here issue overviews, notes, drafts, and other internal documents. At times, we initiate projects, such as A Cybernetic Picnic, and we publish related information here. Recent Calls and Guidelines for authors, reviewers and guest editors can also be found here. If you have an idea for an article but are unsure whether the topic is within the realm of what we would consider, you are welcome to use the comments function on any of the Call for articles pubs to ask questions. You can also write us an email at editors[.at.]technoeticartsjournal.org.
For further information about the journal, please visit the journal’s website at intellect.