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Entanglement magazine increases awareness of developments at the intersection of the arts, technology and sciences and how this catalyst impacts society not only today but in our near future.

The Fractalist: Memoir of a Scientific Maverick

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A fascinating memoir from the man who revitalized visual geometry, and whose ideas about fractals have changed how we look at both the natural world and the financial world. Benoit Mandelbrot, the creator of fractal geometry, has significantly improved our … Continue reading

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Electronic Music by Nick Collins, Margaret Schedel and Scott Wilson

Electronic Music

This accessible introduction explores both mainstream and experimental manifestations of electronic music. From early recording equipment to the most recent multimedia performances, the history of electronic music is full of interesting characters, fascinating and unusual music, and radical technology. Covering … Continue reading

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“The Where, The Why and The How” by Jenny Volvovski, Julia Rothman and Matt Lamothe

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A book to savor. Continue reading

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Critical Making a Crowdsource Zine

I have to admit that it was only a few weeks ago I heard of the term Critical Making and thought oh, no, this is academic speak that sanitizes what curious and innovative people are doing to find new ways … Continue reading

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“The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood,” by James Gleick

James Gleick, the author of the best sellers Chaos and Genius, now brings us a work just as astonishing and masterly: a revelatory chronicle and meditation that shows how information has become the modern era’s defining quality—the blood, the fuel, … Continue reading

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Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomist

This exhibition is the largest ever of Leonardo da Vinci’s studies of the human body. Leonardo has long been recognised as one of the great artists of the Renaissance, but he was also a pioneer in the understanding of human … Continue reading

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Consilience: Photographers Operating at the Intersection of Art and Science

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The word ‘consilience’ was first used by William Whewellin 1840 in The Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences to describe the coincidence of one class of facts with another. More recently, E. O. Wilson has made of us the term to … Continue reading

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Woman, Art & Technology: Interview with Lynn Hershman Leeson

Woman, Art & Technology is a new series of interviews on Furtherfield. Continue reading

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White Heat Cold Logic: British Computer Art 1960-1980

Technological optimism, even utopianism, was widespread at midcentury; in Britain, Harold Wilson in 1963 promised a new nation “forged from the white heat of the technological revolution.” In this heady atmosphere, pioneering artists transformed the cold logic of computing into … Continue reading

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A Touch of Code – Interactive Installations and Experiences

Thanks to the omnipresence of computers, cell phones, gaming systems, and the internet, a broad audience has traded its past reservations against technology for an almost insatiable curiosity for all things technical. Against this background, unprecedented new tools and possibilities … Continue reading

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