Leonardo Transactions is a new section in the printed and on-line journal Leonardo that publishes fully refereed papers in a fast track to disseminating key new results, ideas and developments in practice. http://www.leonardo-transactions.com/
Papers are solicited matching the stated aims and scope of Leonardo, but are restricted to two pages of published material.
Leonardo is an international journal for artists and others interested in work that crosses the artificial boundaries separating contemporary arts and sciences. The journal is particularly concerned with issues related to the interaction of the arts, sciences and technology.
The journal Leonardo was founded in 1968 in Paris by kinetic artist and astronautical pioneer Frank Malina. Today, Leonardo is the leading journal concerned with the application of contemporary science and technology to the arts. It is published by MIT Press.
No restriction is paced on topics that fit within the scope of Leonardo, but from time to time, we encourage papers with specific concerns. The first call is for contributions that address one of the following two areas:-
The impact of the interactive arts on audience experience.
New art practice that also advances science or technology.
Ernest Edmonds [Editor-in-Chief, Leonardo Transactions]