Presentations and Texts Now Available Online:
- What is a Climate Artist?. Presented at the Lovely Weather Art and Climate Change Conference in Letterkenney, November 2010
- Data As A Source of Alternative Reality was presented in Trondheim, Norway at CONSCIOUSNESS REFRAMED 11: Making Reality Reality Really Real!, a conference that was held in Trondheim, Norway, in conjunction with the new biennial for arts and technology ‘Meta.Morf 2010 – New.Brave.World!‘
- Keynote Lecture from “The Pleasure of Light exhibition and conference, a collaboration between the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Collegium Budapest, Institute for Advanced Study, The French Institute Budapest and the Ludwig Museum- Museum of Contemporary Art, Budapest. The exhibition and conference presents the pioneering interdisciplinary concepts of György Kepes and Frank J. Malina through the course of their lives, creations and enduring influence. Simultaneously we wish to chart the intersection of art, science and technology, particularly in the last century
- Roger Malina talk at ABCIBER in Brazil (Nov 18 2009), The Portuguese version of the talk is here. The English version is posted here.
- Art, Science and the Limits of Curiosity,” by Roger Malina. LASER June 10 2009.
- A working paper on “Artistic creativity and the new connections between science and culture” by Roger Malina is here.
- “Making Science Intimate: The Scientific Method as a Territory for Artistic Experimentation: The LEONARDO Network: Artists and Scientists collaborating on the burning issues of our time” by Roger Malina. Roger F Malina for IMAGEN. April 2009. [text only pdf]
- DX Arts Commencement Address, Roger Malina, June 2008
- Et si la Science faisait Sens ? Repenser les relations Sciences-Arts by Roger F. Malina.
- “Dark Energy and the Ethics of Curiosity” by Roger Malina, July 2009, Observatoire Astronomique de Marseille Provence (OAMP) and Leonardo/ISAST: International Society for the Arts-Sciences-Technology
- “What is a Climate Artist ?: Or Making Science Intimate: The Scientific Method as a Territory for Artistic Experimentation” by Roger Malina for Ecomedia Feb 2009, Valencia.
- Editorial: Intimate Science and Hard Humanities (Leonardo, February 2009)
- Transmedialen 2009: “What is a Climate Artist?” by Roger Malina
- The Impact of Computers on the Arts, Sciences and Humanities by Roger Malina, Imera, November 2008
- “Intimate Science” by Roger Malina: June 2008, ICA
- Limits of Cognition—Mutamorphosis 08
- Micro Scienceor Making Science Intimate: Presentation by Roger Malina, SFSU, January 2008
- L‘appropriation culturel de l’Espace: ou une éthique de la curiosité
- Some Art- Science observations: The need for Creative Friction
- “Limits of Cognition: Artists and Scientists in the Dark Universe: Towards a new Sensualism ?” 2007 Mutamorphosis presentation
- Rethinking Art as Intimate Science: Climate Art as a Hard Humanity. Describe how artists involved with climate change issues are helping create new sensualties for mediated scientific information .
- Roger Malina on Jim Campbell art Series “Illuminated Averages”
- “In Defense of Space Art: The Role of the Artist in Space Exploration.” Published by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 1991.