Amy Ione argues that neurological studies are of more value when they do not try to “solve” art but rather are a part of how we enlarge our understanding of the creative process. Full article: http://www.leoalmanac.org/index.php/lea/entry/art_and_the_brain_what_does_the_evidence_tell_us/
Historical Opinion by Frieder Nake Art in the Time of the Artificial Frieder Nake looks at how information and the computer have opened up the discourse on aesthetics, reality, and the nature of art.
LEONARDO THINKS 1968 – 2011 Contemporary Opinion Aesthetic Computing Manifesto by The Dagstuhl Aesthetic Computing Workshop The Dagstuhl Aesthetic Computing Workshop looks at applying aesthetics to computing. Historical Opinion Virtual Realities and the Future of the Arts by Ivan Dryer Ivan Dryer examines new realities that we can create, realities that are viscerally, if not …