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September 06, 2006



Call for Submissions

artciencia.com, Number 5, October-January 2006 :: Deadline: October 28, 2006 :: For the next issue planned for November 2006, the editors of the artciencia.com invite essays and artworks with new approaches to the long-discussed topics of art and history, aesthetics, bio-science and technology in music, literature, cinema, video art, photography, architecture, new media, painting, and other arts.

We are especially interested in essays and artworks that address the convergences of the science and technology studies with art studies, or reconsider the encounters of arts with specific historical events (new discoveries of science, technology development, political and social mutations, and wars). Other possible essays might work with questions of aesthetics or genre, memory and memorializing, the impacts of critical art studies and science studies on practices of art today, as well as the role of the theories or the public in interpreting arts.

You may submit your work accompanied by a short bio note and an abstract (50-100 words) to: artscience.editor[at]gmail.com. Submissions will also be accepted via e-mail to artciencia.com[at]sapo.pt or artscience_editor[at]sapo.pt.

Please include the subject and send thh texts in Microsoft Word format. More information about submission see Guide for Authors. Direct questions to: Irene Aparicio, Editor
aparicio.irene[at]gmail.com or artscience_com[at]yahoo.com.

Published quarterly since August 2005, artciencia.com intends to publish authors’ articles or artworks on art-science-communication. Recent issue include essays on Picasso, Oscar Wilde, Chin Ce, Henry Fielding, history and literature, Greek theater, art and body, word and painting, encaustic art, tele-performance, installation and art-technology, gender differences and perception of art; artworks on fractal images and symmetries, artificial intelligence and new media art and design, textile art with encaustic application.

Posted by jo at September 6, 2006 10:02 AM