2003 Leonardo Award for Excellence Nominees
The Leonardo Award for Excellence recognizes excellence in an article published in the journal Leonardo. Excellence is defined as originality, rigor of thought, clarity of expression and effective presentation. The Leonardo Award for Excellence was originally established by chemist and inventor Myron Coler and Leonardo publisher Robert Maxwell. Leonardo/ISAST has continued the tradition of presenting the award.
Arthur Elsenaar and Remko Scha have been named the recipients of the 2003 Leonardo Award for Excellence for their article "Electric Body Manipulation as Performance Art: A Historical Perspective," published in Leonardo Music Journal 12. DOWNLOAD AND READ THEIR ARTICLE. FULL PRESS RELEASE.
The following articles were awarded Honorable Mentions (the articles will download to your computer as PDF files):
Steve Dietz, "Ten Dreams of Technology" (Leonardo 35:5)
The following articles were also nominated (the articles will download to your computer as PDF files):
Antoinette LaFarge and Robert Nideffer, "SHIFT-CTRL" (Leonardo 35:1)