In fineArt forum’s February issue, Editor-in-Chief Nisar Keshvani announces fAf’s alliance with the Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA). "Both publications have a rich history, and were linked since its earliest days. Through this alliance we aim to balance news and critical content via the fAf-LEA publishing channels. We are on the lookout for contributors, if you have ideas, please do email firstname.lastname@example.org We’d be happy to hear from you," he said.
He added, "We aspire to build east-west bridges exposing upcoming communities to the established and enhancing opportunities for exposure through the fAf – Leonardo networks and resources."
This month’s feature is Pia Ednie-Brown’s essay "Diagramming Innovation-scapes", reprinted from the recently released fibreculture reader, "Politics of a Digitial Present: An Inventory of Australian Net Culture, Criticism and Theory".
– Architecture and Science edited by Giuseppa Di Cristina is reviewed Teri Hoskin
– David Cox reviews New Babylonians: Contemporary Visions of a Situationist City edited by Iain Borden & Sandy McCreery
– Jane Turner responds to Unlocking the Clubhouse, a study of women in the computing industry by Jane Margolis and Allan Fisher
– Olliver Dyen’s Metal and Flesh: The Evolution of Man: Technology Takes Over is considered by Glen Wetherall
– Linda Carroli takes a look at the Australian Network for Art and Technology’s publication, Arcadia: Writings on Theology and Technology.
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"This project has been assisted by the Commonwealth Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body."