OPEN OBSERVATORY CHALLENGE ROGER MALINA AND THE NEW LEONARDOS

Interview with Roger Malina: Txt: Teresa De Feo / Eng: Mimi Peña Full interview is posted at http://www.digicult.it/digimag/article.asp?id=1764 Teresa De Feo: Mister Malina, you believe in the relationship between science and humanity and particularly in the relationship between science, art and technology and seeing as, according your ideas, seem to be the most fruitful solutions …

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Editorial: Intimate Science and Hard Humanities (Leonardo, February 2009)

Intimate Science and Hard Humanities Leonardo Journal Editorial by Roger Malina to appear 2009 Re-reading Darwin’s Origin of Species on its 150th anniversary, one is struck by the lucidity and humility of the argumentation and the transformative power of its conclusions. Yet the theory of evolution is still not widely understood or accepted. Arrhenius first …

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Interview of Roger Malina by Mark Peljhan April 17 2008

MP: Could you explain us the history and the main visions behind the Leonardo Organisation and its Publications , such as the Leonardo Journal, now celebrating its 40th anniversary. ? RM: The Leonardo organization was founded by a group of artists and researchers who were interested in promoting new kinds of contact between artists and …

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Art & Science: Creative Fusion now online

Art & Science: Creative Fusion, a publication from the European Commission, aims to explain the theory behind the art-science interface and illustrates this academic perspective using concrete examples.  Topics include nanotechnology, cybernetic art, information art, practical application, etc.  Also includes an interview with Roger Malina in which he discusses the New Leonardos.  Mark Peljhan is …

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Added: Dark Energy and the Ethics of Curiosity by Roger 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