Also available in Portuguese.
The "Leonardo Electronic Almanac Discussion" (LEAD) accompanies selected Special Issues. A live chat session with authors/artists and a moderated discussion list for readers to engage with authors. The chat transcripts are available in both English and Portuguese.
:: Digital and Wild: Beyond "Generative/Emergent" and "Locative/Performative"
by Marcus Bastos and Ryan Griffis
LEAD Chat Transcripts
:: Jeremy Hight & Peter Hasdell (English Portuguese)
7 February 2007 @ 1700hrs EST
:: Sue Thomas & Giselle Beiguelman (English Portuguese)
29 January 2007 @ 1700hrs EST
:: Jennifer Willet (English Portuguese)
17 January 2007 @ 1700hrs EST
:: Dene Grigar & Tara Rodgers (English Portuguese)
10 January 2007 @ 1700hrs EST
:: Brett Stalbaum & Kathryn Yusoff (English Portuguese)
3 January 2007 @ 1700hrs EST
What is the LEA Wild Nature and Digital Life Special?
Guest edited by Dene Grigar and Sue Thomas, the issue features 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.
View archives of the LEA Wild Nature and Digital Life Discussion Forum:
About the moderators
Marcus Bastos is PhD in Communication and Semiotics. He teaches at
PUC-SP. His most recent projects are the interactive video "Shapeless
Interface" and a series of banners for the web and video for electronic
panels developed on the context of the "Filler" project.
He is the editor of the Arte.Mov online magazine (http://www.artemov.net). He coordinates the CNPq research
group Net Art: Creative and Critical Perspectives
Ryan Griffis is an artist and sometimes amateur writer, curator and tour guide. He currently writes reviews regularly for ArtUS magazine and has written for Rhizome.org, New Art Examiner and various other zines and journals. Ryan's art practice centers around an interest in
the critical potential of tourism and a quasi fictional travel agency
called the Temporary Travel Office. His curatorial projects include
YOUGenics, an exhibition exploring the social implications of genetic
technologies and most recently, Under Fire an exhibition based on
artist Jordan Crandall's multidisciplinary and collaborative
discussions around organized violence. He currently teaches Art and
Design at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
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