28 October, 2007

Crossings: Electronic Journal of Art and Technology

the Crossings editorial team is pleased to announce a new issue of the journal:


The papers in this issue cover a range of different topics but coalesce around the role of vision and other senses in the creation of meaning. As usual, there is
a good combination of practical and theoretical papers. We hope you will find it enjoyable reading.

Best regards,
Dr. Mads Haahr
Editor-in-Chief, Crossings: Electronic Journal of Art and Technology

Editors' Introduction

Seeing What You Mean
Elizabeth Drew and Mads Haahr


Reappraising the Disappearing Body and the Disembodied Eye through Multisensory Art
Maria Coleman

Creating Synthetic Identities in I'Myth: Zapping Zone
Diana Domingues and Eliseo Reategui

Narcissus's New Mirror: Body Images and Meaning
Henrik Enquist

Art Museums and the Internet: The Emergence of the Virtual Museum
María-José Moreno

The Etruscan Room: Using Images to Pose Internet Queries
Carlo E. Bernardelli and Steven L. Tanimoto


Telepresence and Bio Art – Networking Humans, Rabbits and Robots
by Eduardo Kac
Review by Matthew Causey

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