MINDtouch PhD thesis ranks top among abstracts reviewed by Leonardo in 2011

Congratulations to Dr Camille Baker, whose SMARTlab PhD thesis ‘MINDtouch’ topped the ranks of all abstracts reviewed in 2011 by the Leonardo peer review panel. Camille has been invited to publish her thesis abstract in the Leonardo electronic journal (LEA) and invited to publish an article on her thesis work in the journal Leonardo (MIT Press).

The abstract of MINDtouch – Ephemeral Transference: ‘Liveness’ in Networked Performance with Mobile Devices is available on the Leonardo website here.

The focus of LABS and Leonardo is the interaction of art and science, and art and new technologies, by artists, researchers and scholars who investigate philosophical, historical and/or critical applications of science or technology to the arts.

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