nuClock arts collaboration
No joke: there exist peer-reviewed journals on arts! The publications look just like science publications: title, author list, abstract, acknowledgements, list of reference… plus the well-beloved discussions with reviewers. Anyways, the most reputated journal covering the interface between science, technology, and arts is probably Leonardo Magazine, published by MIT Press. This is where we published a study on one of the two projects that nuClock associate Kerstin Ergenzinger is currently working on. Please find the link here (or download in the “Publications” section), and an accompanying audio blog post here.
If you want to learn more about the artworks, Kerstin has put a number of photos and videos on her webpage. Kerstin’s work is supported by Daniel Canty, a poet based in Montreal. Check out his webpage as well!
If you want to see the installations in real life, plan for one of the following exhibitions: