12 Hot Reads from Leonardo & Leonardo Music Journal

By Erica Hruby

These reads from Leonardo and Leonardo Music Journal—selected from our most-read content between August 2019 to August 2020—are free to access, download and share from The MIT Press.

Emergent Knowledge in the Third Space of Art-Science
Lizzie Muller, Lynn Froggett and Jill Bennett (June 2020)

Drawing New Boundaries: Finding the Origins of Dragons in Carboniferous Plant Fossils
DorothyBelle Poli and Lisa Stoneman (Feb. 2020)

Exploring Mondrian Compositions in Three-Dimensional Space
Jasmina Stevanov and Johannes M. Zanker (Feb. 2020)

CAVE: Making Collective Virtual Narrative
Kris Layng, Ken Perlin, Sebastian Herscher, Corinne Brenner and Thomas Meduri (Aug. 2019)

Respire: Virtual Reality Art with Musical Agent Guided by Respiratory Interaction
Kıvanç Tatar, Mirjana Prpa and Philippe Pasquier (Aug. 2019)

Digital Critics: The Early History of Online Art Criticism
Charlotte Frost (Feb. 2019)

The Musical Geometry of Genes: Generating Rhythms from DNA
Alvaro Yanez (Dec. 2018)

Practice-Based Research in the Creative Arts: Foundations and Futures from the Front Line
Linda Candy and Ernest Edmonds (Feb. 2018)

An Alternative Approach to Establishing a Studio Doctorate in Fine Art
Virginia Maksymowicz and Blaise Tobia (Oct. 2017)

Holograms: The Story of a Word and Its Cultural Uses
Sean Johnston (Oct. 2017)

Perceptual Cells: James Turrell’s Vision Machines Between Two Paracinemas
Alla Gadassik (Aug. 2016)

Art, Space and Hyperreality: An Artistic Exploration of Artificiality, Meaning and Boundaries within Astrobiological Practice
Andy Gracie (Feb. 2016)

Click through to browse more articles and issues of Leonardo and Leonardo Music Journal, as well as our Leonardo Book Series, all available from The MIT Press.