Leonardo in Zhuangshi, the Chinese Journal of Design
Leonardo/ISAST is proud to announce our partnership with Zhuangshi, the Chinese Journal of Design, published through Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. Zhuangshi's March 2018 issue includes a special section commemorating Leonardo journal's 50th anniversary with articles selected from Leonardo's history. This special issue also includes new essays by Leonardo Executive Editor Roger Malina and China advisor Kang Zhang.
The following articles from Leonardo's history were chosen by the Zhuangshi editors for translation in this issue:
- Algorithms as Structural Metaphors: Reflections on the Digital-Cultural Feedback Loop," Leonardo 46, No. 2 (2013). Romy Achituv, "
- Amit Zoran and Leah Buechley, "Hybrid Reassemblage: An Exploration of Craft, Digital Fabrication and Artifact Uniqueness," Leonardo 46, No. 1 (2013).
- Jon Ippolito, Joline Blais, Owen F. Smith, Steve Evans and Nathan Stormer, "New Criteria for New Media," Leonardo 42, No. 1 (2009).
- Roy Behrens, "Art, Design and Gestalt Theory," Leonardo 31, No. 4 (1998).
- Lawrence E. Murr and James B. Williams, "Half-Brained Ideas about Education: Thinking and Learning with Both the Left and Right Brain in a Visual Culture," Leonardo 21, No. 4 (1988).
- N. N. Patricios, "Concepts of Space in Urban Design, Architecture and Art," Leonardo 6, No. 4 (1973).
Founded in 1958, Zhuangshi is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year. A planned celebration in Fall 2018 will also recognize Leonardo's 50th milestone year.
The Chinese-language articles will soon be made available to users of ARTECA, a joint project of Leonardo/ISAST and the MIT Press, which currently hosts the full catalog of back Leonardo issues.