Laser Talks and Events Listing
The Italian director Federico Fellini’s movies were based on his own dreams, and as part of a Jungian psychotherapy with the psychoanalyst Ernst Bernhard.
In the book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? The American author Philip K. Dick questions realities and perspectives from the machines in a dystopian science fiction novel.
It seems that the (virtual, augmented and mixed) contemporaneous realities are about to join the fiction. The main question for the current talk observes the different typologies of realities, being in dreams, pathological, from machines or computers. This will be explored through the work and research of an artist and a neuroscientist.
LASER (Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous) is Leonardo/ISAST's international program of evening gatherings that brings artists and scientists together for informal presentations and conversations.
Join Leonardo Book Club with author Gabrielle Decamous facilitated by Leonardo Managing Director Danielle Siembieda for a live discussion on Facebook and Zoom as part of the Leonardo Book Series.
The fourth edition of LASER Talks Tehran will be held in the middle of summer with the support of Kaarmaan House in Tehran.
we will be talking about Audio Technology in general and “Concert Halls Acoustics” and “Immersive Audio” in details.
Monday, August 5, 2019, from 7-9 p.m. at Kaarmaan House
Opportunities and Open Calls
For future volumes of Leonardo Music Journal we are soliciting articles (papers of up to 3,000 words) and shorter artists' notes (750–1,000 words). This call is open-ended; for any individual issue, proposals are due 1 October the year prior and manuscript 2 January the year of publication.
In this issue, writers interpret the human body through composition, cover environmental soundscapes, and explore soundmixing in film and collaborative listening. Leonardo Music Journal is available in print and online editions as well as via download at a library near you!