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Leonardo Electronic Almanac

A special issue of LEA, announced at the first event of the Pervasive
and Locative Arts Network (PLAN) at ICA, London in 2005, is released
to coincide with the final exhibition and conference of PLAN during
Futuresonic 2006, Manchester, this weekend.

Edited by Drew Hemment
Anne Galloway and Matt Ward Locative Media as socialising and
spatializing practice
Alison Sant Mapping The Emerging Urban Landscape
Leslie Sharpe Swimming In The Grey Zones
Lily Shirvanee Locative Viscosity: Traces Of Social Histories In
Public Space
Julian Bleecker and Jeff Knowlton A Brief Bibliography And Taxonomy
Of Gps-Enabled Locative Media
Malcolm Mccullough On Urban Markup: Frames Of Reference In Location
Models For Participatory Urbanism
Michele Chang and Elizabeth Goodman Asphalt Games: Enacting Place
Through Locative Media
Steve Benford, Martin Flintham, Adam Drodz, Nick Tandavanitj, Matt
Adams and Ju Row Farr The Design And Experience Of The Location-Based
Performance Uncle Roy All Around You
Lalya Gaye and and Lars Erik Holmquist Performing Sonic City:
Situated Creativity In Mobile Music Making
Sally-Jane Norman Locative Media & Instantiations Of Theatrical
Misha Myers Homing Devices For Unhomely Times

Curated by Suhjung Hur, Annie On Ni Wan, Andrew Paterson Locative
Media, on and off the beaten track
Paula Roush Bowville Fictitious Constituency
Teri Rueb Choreography of Everyday Movement
Angela Piccini Guttersnipe: on the road to Helsinki
John Evans, Drew Hemment, Theo Humphies and Mika Raento LOCA:
Location Oriented Critical Arts
Qin Ga Long March
Jesper Dyrehauge, Marie Markman and Nis Romer Planteunders√łgelser
Taeyoon Choi in collaboration with I&P Media Art Team Shoot me if you
Jang-Won Lee sunTracer
Mark Shepard Tactical Sound Garden
Erica Block and Hilary Ramsden The Walking Project: Desire Lines,
Walking and Mapping Across Continents

Collaboratively developed by Drew Hemment, Steve Bull, Elizabeth
Goodman, Pete Gomes, Derek Hales, Hana Iverson, Paula Levine, Lorna
MacDonald, Ian MacColl, Ann Morrison, Teri Rueb, Alison Sant, Leslie
Sharpe, Jen Southern, Nick West and Nisar Keshvani

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art / science / technology

Leonardo Electronic Almanac (ISSN: 1071 4391)

Nisar Keshvani, Editor-in-Chief

Established in 1993, Leonardo Electronic Almanac (ISSN No: 1071-4391)
is, jointly produced by Leonardo, the International Society for the
Arts, Sciences and Technology (ISAST), and published by MIT Press, is
an electronic journal dedicated to providing a forum for those who
are interested in the realm where art, science and technology
converge. For over a decade, LEA has thrived as an international peer
reviewed electronic journal and web archive covering the interaction
of the arts, sciences, and technology. LEA emphasizes rapid
publication of recent work and critical discussion on topics of
current excitement with a slant on shorter, less academic texts. Many
contributors are younger scholars, artists, scientists, educators and
developers of new technological resources in the media arts.


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