2006
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Leonardo Electronic Almanac ISSN NO : 1071 - 4391 The MIT Press
 
 
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Digital Behaviors and Generative Music
Digital Behaviors and Generative Music
Copyright © Dave Burraston and Andrew Martin
01 e d i t o r's  n o t e
Nisar Keshvani
 
02 g u e s t  e d i t o r i a l s
The Emergent and Generative in Nature
Locative and Performative
 
03 e s s a y s
Wild Nature and the Digital Life
 
04 g a l l e r y
Nature Unleashed, the Digital Way?
 
05 d i s c u s s i o n   l i s t
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06 d i s c u s s i o n   f o r u m
Watch this space for details on LEA's live forum with authors

As the year closes, LEA editor in chief, Nisar Keshvani shares that the new LEA web platform continues to receive positive feedback from across the globe. Researchers, artists and educators find our downloadable pdf’s and MLA/APA citations extremely useful.

The LEAD: Leonardo Electronic Almanac Discussion around the New Media Poetics and Poetry issue generated overwhelming discussion within in the community. Chat transcripts now available.

Hold on to your seats as a very special double-themed LEA issue hurtles your way. Guest editors Dene Grigar and Sue Thomas have culled a neat collection of explosive essays from the hefty haul of initial contributions received and emerged with a two-themed anthology on Wild Nature and the Digital Life, which delves into the collaboration of art and nature.

In Dene Grigar’s editorial, she explains that the first section explores a range of issues relating to the “Emergent and Generative” in nature, the digital, and art. The second wave of another four papers, edited by Sue Thomas, features essays that are “Performative and Locative” in scope.

Grigar and Thomas have woven together a marvelous mix featuring Peter Hasdell, Tara Rodgers, Dave Burraston, Andrew Martin, Jennifer Willet, Adam Gussow, Dr Kathryn Yusoff, Jeremy Hight and Brett Stalbaum.

The essays are packaged with a small but powerful gallery of two works, exhibiting Karl Grimes, Elisa Giaccardi, Hal Eden and Gianluca Sabena, also curated by Dene Grigar and Sue Thomas.

We’re planning our 2007 issues, so if you have any essay, gallery or thematic issue proposals, we welcome you to drop a note to: lea@mitpress.mit.edu

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