Leonardo/ISAST is pleased to announce the publication of the e-book and web companion of 25 articles, documents the work of 45 leading researchers whose work explores the meaning and application of the science of complex networks to art history, archeology, visual arts, music, the art market and other areas of cultural importance.
The publication editors are art historian Max Schich, designer Isabel Meirelles and Leonardo Executive Editor Roger Malina.
The publication is part of the Leonardo/OLATS participation in the STUDIOLAB project, which brings together leading European scientific and cultural groups around the topics of complex networks, the future of water and synthetic biology.
Keynote Presentations are by:
- Burak Arikan, Artist based in New York and Istanbul, USA/Turkey
- Pedro Cano, Chief Technology Officer, bmat.com, Barcelona, Spain
- Miriah Meyer, Assistant Professor, University of Utah, USA
- Marek Claassen, Director, ArtFacts.Net
- Jean-Baptiste Michel and Erez Lieberman Aiden, Researchers, Harvard University
- Nathalie Henry Riche, Researcher, VIBE group, Microsoft Research, Seattle
- Fernanda Viégas and Martin Wattenberg,Google, Cambridge, Masssachusetts
- Ward Shelley, Parsons Fine Arts, The New School, NY
- David Crandall, Indiana University, and Noah Snavely, Cornell University