LABS : Leonardo ABstracts Service

LABS -Leonardo ABstracts Service- is a comprehensive database of abstracts of Ph.d, Masters and MFA theses in the emerging intersection between art, science and technology.

Persons who have received advanced degrees in arts (visual, sound, performing, text), computer sciences, the sciences and/or technology which in some way investigate philosophical, historical, critical or applications of science or technology to the arts are invited to submit an abstract of their thesis for publication consideration in this database.

The list of English abstracts is available on-line at Pomona College, Claremont, California web site,  so that interested persons can access them at no cost.

An international Peer Review Panel (PRP) made up of academics and artists reviews the abstracts; the PRP is chaired by Professor Sheila Pinkel of Pomona College. In addition to being published in the database, a selection of Abstracts selected by this panel for their special relevance is published quarterly in Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA), Leonardo’s monthly peer reviewed e-journal, and authors of abstracts most highly ranked by the panel will also be invited to submit an article for publication consideration in Leonardo Journal .

To submit your thesis abstract  for publication fill out the Thesis Abstract Submittal form.

A relevant selection:

Title: New Media Art management Author: Danijela Mandušic

Title: Ubiquity and Fluidity Author: Rob La Frenais

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About paula roush

I am a Lisbon-born artist based in London, UK. I am the founder of msdm, a platform for art practices that are mobile-strategies-[of]-display-[and]- mediation. It is a platform for both individual and collaborative work, shown in the context of exhibitions, publications, conferences and teaching/seminars. I work with photography, archives, found material and performance through editing strategies that investigate notions of authorship, authenticity, history and memory. I am interested in publishing as artists’ practice and as platform to explore the intersections between the roles of artist, editor and curator. My current projects look at ideas of (re) production in the work of art, resulting in publications in several formats that encompass the hand-made, the print on demand and the ebook.
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