Leonardo Reviews Team

Editor-in-Chief: Michael Punt
Associate Editor: Dene Grigar
Associate Editor: Hannah Drayson
Associate Editor: Jane Hutchinson
Associate Editor, LRQ: Jacqui Knight


Leonardo Reviews

Leonardo Reviews is a scholarly review service published since 1968 by Leonardo/ISAST. It is the work of a dedicated team of editors led by editor-in-chief Michael Punt and a panel of about eighty reviewers drawn from artists, scholars and other leading professionals across the world who are working at the edge of research into the convergence of the arts, science and technology. Leonardo Reviews publishes reviews of books, exhibitions, DVDs, CDs, websites and conferences exclusively commissioned from its standing panel. Although largely directed toward the anglophone community and substantially driven by the dominant discourses in Europe and the United States, Leonardo Reviews is represented in five continents and welcomes the opportunity to include material that is not published in the English language.

All reviews received and published are archived on this website. Access to current and past reviews does not require a subscription. Monthly notification of updates is circulated to an elective mailing list and a number of bulletin boards. In addition, four times a year an edited selection of reviews are published in Leonardo

This Month's Reviews

Reviews Archive

To search and read more reviews, go to the Leonardo Reviews Archive. Please note that we are in the process of migrating older reviews to the archive where you can filter and search by title of reviewed material and date of review. To access reviews not listed in the archive, select from one of the following date ranges in which reviews were published: 2010–2016 | 1994–2009.

Submit Material for Review

Publishers are invited to submit appropriate materials for the reviews panel who then select items for review. These reviews are usually filed within eight weeks and on or around the first of the month they are published here along with a list of materials received. Publishers and authors interested in having their print or digital publications considered for review by the panel should contact:

Michael Punt
Leonardo Reviews
B321 Portland Square
University of Plymouth
Drake Circus, PL4 8AA UK
mpunt@easynet.co.uk