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Issue 19.3 cover image by © Emie // Eva-Marie Elg (2020)

Published onMay 28, 2022
19.3 | On Modes of Participation | Preview


To be published in July/August 2022:


Issue 19.3 cover image by © Eva Marie Elg aka Emie (2020)



Editorial

On Modes of Participation

IOANNIS BARDAKOS, CLAUDIA JACQUES, DALILA HONORATO, AND CLAUDIA WESTERMANN (Editorial Organism)

WITH PRIMAVERA DE FILIPPI




Nest-works

AMY-CLAIRE HUESTIS


Mockingbirds: Modeling attention, memory, and the texture of repair

LUKE FISCHBECK


Data-Incarnations: Nesting complex learned behaviours

CLARISSA RIBEIRO


Creative collaboration within heterogeneous human/intelligent agent teams

CHRISTOPHER KACZMAREK


Material Mind: Gum on walls, drifting stones, and other acts of community sculpture

JESSE J. RING


Pulse: entanglements of air and light in pandemic academia

MEGHAN MOE BEITIKS




What happened to the subject? Mediated anticipation in neural painting

SUK KYONG CHOI

A Sexual Series

EVA-MARIE ELG (EMIE)


Between reality and non-reality
NORA LEFA




Blockchain technology, foundations, protocols and aesthetic considerations

MARIE MOLINS


Aura & Transvestment

PABLO SOMONTE RUANO


Unruly Objects: NFTs, blockchain technologies and bio-conservation

ANNA DUMITRIU, ALEX MAY, ATHANASIOS VELIOS, ZOI SAKKI, VERONIKI KORAKIDOU, HÉLIA MARÇAL AND GEORGIOS PANAGIARIS




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Volume 19 Numbers 3, www.intellectbooks.com, © 2021 Intellect Ltd.


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