Recipes for the Bouillabaisse of Transdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Book Review by Roger F. Malina Exploring Transdisciplinarity in Art and Sciences Editors: Kapoula, Z., Volle, E., Renoult, J., Andreatta, M. (Eds.) Springer. Softcover ISBN: 978-3-030-09391-4 © 2018. https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319760537 I recommend this book for all those in the Leonardo and other art, science and technology villages. It is a recent (2018) overview of a number of important topics; the …

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Digital Emotes: Aaron Tate creates artworks that provide a visual reflection of your current emotional state

Using​ ​Biofeedback​ ​and​ ​Facial​ ​Tracking​ Tehttps://digitalemotes.com/chnologies to Abstract Emotions. See an example of the artists brain creating art: https://digitalemotes.com/ Colleagues, At a time like this provocative ideas may have traction. Aaron Tate, a member of our ArtSciLab ‘village” built a system that create artworks live that use your own brain data to create an artistic …

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Putting Theory into Practice- blinded chess grandmaster zura javakhadre Oct 5 in Dallas

Please come to our re-imagining chess performance in honor of john cage and marcel duchamp details: http://malina.diatrope.com/2019/09/17/oct-5-you-are-invited-to-play-chess-against-blindfolded-texas-chess-champion-zurabi-javakhadre-in-dallas/ And we are proud to announce the publication of our Grey Paper which provides the theoretical taxonomy for the ways we will be sonifying the data from the digital chess board- this is part of our initiative with …

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INVITATION:Tale of Thirty Thinking Systems: Art Science Education at US National Academy of Science

Colleagues If you are attending the US National Academy of Science Convening on April 12 http://sites.nationalacademies.org/PGA/bhew/branches/ on the Integration of Arts, Humanities, and STEMM in Higher Education We invite you to discuss, critique and collaborate with us on our TOTTS initiative The initiative for teaching and learning art and science in the way that brains …

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Big Data Made Sensible ? Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.

Colleagues Big Data Made Sensible ? Making Big Data Meaningful ? Lots of confusion out there under the buzz word of ‘big data’ that conflates issues of form and content of large data streams. One interesting area that allows new approaches to make sense of large data sets is complex network science= where insights on …

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Chimpanzee with Synaesthesia

http://www.nature.com/news/the-chimpanzee-who-sees-sounds-1.9541 \ Interesting paper in Nature: The chimpanzee with synaesthesia “The finding hints that chimps, like humans, experience some form of synaesthesia, an uncommon condition in which the senses become intertwined, says Vera Ludwig, a cognitive neuroscientist at Charité Medical University in Berlin, Germany, who led a study published this week in Proceedings of the …

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What are the Different Types of Art Science Collaboration

We propose to develop here some kind of breakdown of the different kinds of art science collaboration as an aid to analysis, while recognising that this set of categories is not ‘orthogonal’ and many projects involve several types. W also seek to collect other examples of categories of art science developed by other authors. This …

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WHAT ARE THE GOALS OF ART-SCI ?

WHAT IS THE GOAL OF ART-SCI : ?? INTEGRATION ? the THIRD CULTURE ARGUMENT ? SEVERAL GOALS ? In response to one of the discussions Drew made a comment, below, that the “goal of Art Sci is integration” Is this really the goal ? Integration of what ? the arts and sciences ? institutionally ? …

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How to select Art-Sci through Peer Review

Issue: How to put together traditional peer review or selection committees to evaluate and rank Art Science Proposals In the discussions so far, an issue has come up repeatedly of the problem of how to “select for funding’ art science proposals Typically panels are composed of experts who have established their pre-eminence in given discipline …

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Patents Filed Resulting from Art Science Collaborations

re the upcoming NSF NEA Re/Search: Art, Science, and Information Technology workshop One of the arguments for promoting art-science collaboration is that it can result in unexpected technological innovation that is useful to society One way of documenting this kind of outcome is by identifying patents filed by the art-science teams I dont want to …

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