Lecture posted: Frank J. Malina and Gyorgy Kepes

Here is the 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. …

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ART SCIENCE QUOTES Compiled by Amy Ione, Roger Malina, and Robert Root-Bernstein

List as of Aug 29 2010 We are compiling quotes from (preferably living) famous scientists and research engineers that articulate the case why scientists collaborations with the arts and humanities are beneficial to science and engineering. Send contributions to Amy Ione at amy.ione.2 [at] gmail [dot] com. The list is HERE.

Call for proposals for Leonardo Session at 2012 US college art association

FROM INCOMING LEAF CHAIR PATRICIA OLYNYK Dear Colleagues, The Leonardo Art and Education Forum (LEAF) is seeking proposals for the CAA 2012 two-and-one half hour session in connection with its Annual Conference, to be held February 22–25 in Los Angeles in 2012. (The date is correct – CAA plans well ahead for this.) The deadline …

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Kepes and Malina : Some personal observations on Theory and Praxis (First Draft)

by Roger F Malina When Nina Czegledy and Rona Kopeczky proposed to me their exhibition on Gyorgy Kepes and my father Frank Malina, I was immediately interested. It seemed a natural coupling of two men of the same era, eastern European backgrounds, both were survivors of the same world war and with over-lapping passions. Both …

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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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The Impact of Computers on the Arts, Sciences and Humanities

Abstract : Intimate Science and the End of Theory in Astronomy Modern astronomy has been transformed by the computer sciences in a number of ways. Large computerized instruments now collect almost all our information about the universe. This data is deposited into large databases called Virtual Observatories. This data, unlike photographic plates in general, is …

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LIMITS OF COGNITION: ARTISTS IN THE DARK UNIVERSE

LIMITS OF COGNITION – MUTAMORPHOSIS 2008 text ABSTRACT Discoveries in cosmology reveal that 97% of the energy and matter content of the universe is in a form that is of an unknown nature, called dark matter and dark energy. For all of human history, our species has been studying only the same kind of matter …

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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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