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Leonardo Reviews is a scholarly review
service published since 1968 by Leonardo,
The International Society for the Arts,
Sciences, and Technology.
ISSN:1559-0429



Welcome to Leonardo Reviews

Leonardo Reviews is the work of an international panel of scholars and professionals invited from a wide range of disciplines to review books, exhibitions, CD-ROMs, Web sites, and conferences. Collectively they represent an intellectual commitment to engaging with the emergent debates and manifestations that are the consequences of the convergence of the arts, science and technology.

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L|R|Q - Leonardo Reviews Quarterly

Four times a year a selection of reviews is printed in Leonardo and Leonardo Reviews Quarterly now publishes an even larger selection as a PDF together with introductory material and overview essays.
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August 2015

The Social Machine: Designs for Living Online
by Judith Donath
Reviewed by Will Luers

My Father's House: On Will Barnet's Paintings
by Thomas Dumm
Reviewed by Florence Martellini

Of Walking in Ice: Munich-Paris, 23 November-14 December 1974
by Werner Herzog
Reviewed by Edith Doove

The Container Principle: How a Box Changes the Way We Think
by Alexander Klose
Reviewed by Jussi Parikka

World Projects: Global Information before World War I
by Markus Krajewski; translated by Charles Marcrum II
Reviewed by Jan Baetens

Why Greatness Cannot Be Planned: The Myth of the Objective
by Kenneth O. Stanley and Joel Lehman
Reviewed by Harold P. de Vladar


Last Updated 1st August 2015

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