The proceedings of xCoAx 2015, the Third Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics and X are now available at 2015.xcoax.org.
Included in Crónica’s new release, Siebzehn bis ∞
Mumdance’s new mix CD for Fabric includes our previously unreleased track Ninety-Nine (Remix for Mumdance).
The proceedings of Invisible Places / Sounding Cities are now available as a free download from invisibleplaces.org
The Journal of Science and Technology of the Arts, published by the Portuguese Catholic University in Porto, has just released its special issue with a selected set of extended papers from the xCoAx 2014 conference. The issue includes works from Victoria Bradbury; Hanna Schraffenberger & Edwin van der Heide; ginger coons; Luísa Ribas; Monty Adkins; Arne Eigenfeldt, Miles Thorogood, Jim Bizzocchi & Philippe Pasquier; Andres Wanner; Adriana Sa, Baptiste Caramiaux & Atau Tanaka; and José Alberto Gomes et al. It’s open access at http://artes.ucp.pt/citarj/issue/view/6/