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Leonardo Journal Volume 35, Issue 5, (2002)

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Leonardo is a print journal, published five times a year. Leonardo is edited by Leonardo/the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, and published by the MIT Press.

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The Tenth New York Digital Salon

Director's Statement

by BRUCE WANDS

Executive Editor's Introduction: The Stone Age of the Digital Arts

by ROGER MALINA


Digital Salon Essays

Renderings of Digital Art

by CHRISTIANE PAUL

Ten Myths of Internet Art

by JOHN IPPOLITO

Ten Dreams of Technology

by STEVE DIETZ

Past Present, and Future Tense

by GREGOR MUIR

Selections for the 10th New York Digital Salon

by BENJAMIN WEIL

Music and Life

by JOEL CHADABE

Ten Key Texts on Digital Art, 1970--2000

by LEV MANOVICH

Collaborative Curatorial Culmination

by RENEE SCHACHT

The Antennae of the Race

by NINA COLOSI

The History of the New York Digital Salon

by BRUCE WANDS


Exhibiting Artists

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Updated 6 September 2012