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service published since 1968 by Leonardo,
The International Society for the Arts,
Sciences, and Technology.

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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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The latest issue, 2.02 of Leonardo Reviews Quarterly on the theme of Science, Spectacle and the Imagination, is available to download as a PDF.
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September 2015

The Architecture of Error: Matter, Measure, and the Misadventures of Perception
by Francesca Hughes
Reviewed by George Shortess

Art in the Life of Mathematicians
by Anna Kepes Szemerédi, Editor
Reviewed by Phil Dyke

Kyoto Conference 2015—Beyond the Extended Mind: Different Bodies, Dolls, Female Soul and Eastern Spirit
by Kokoro Research Center, Host
Reviewed by Kyoko Tadaoka

Mapping Spaces: Networks of Knowledge in 17th Century Landscape Painting
by Ulrike Gehring & Peter Weibel, Editors
Reviewed by Mike Leggett

Medium, Messenger, Transmission: An Approach to Media Philosophy
by Sybille Krämer
Reviewed by Ana Peraica, PhD

Poetics & Politics: A Documentary Research Symposium
by Aparna Sharma and Irene Gustafson, Organizers
Reviewed by Arushi Singh and Samuel Mark Anderson

The Way Things Go: An Essay on the Matter of Second Modernism
by Aaron Jaffe
Reviewed by Jan Baetens

Last Updated 2nd September 2015

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