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Andrew J. Ball

technologies, but with a renewed attention to such areas as intermediality, human–machine interface, virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, generative art, smart environments, immersive and interactive installations, machine learning

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An Artist in Transformation

Ari Heinrich, Livia Monnet, and Gabriel Remy-Handfield

source of inspiration in so-called contemporary art. To tell the truth, psychology offers more” ( Pollack 2018: 253 ). As a child, Lu Yang was admitted frequently to hospital; 2 could this early familiarity with hospital environments have provided a

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Toward a Queer Sinofuturism

Ari Heinrich, Howard Chiang, and Ta-wei Chi

, if any, are the genders of queer Sinofuturism? Can old therapies be updated to address contemporary corporeality in ways that queer both the past and the future of virility and of the environment? In short, can an aesthetic critique of queer

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Phenomenology Encounters Cognitivism

Robert Sinnerbrink

no longer defined primarily in relation to the experiencing human subject but as “desubjectified,” free-floating intensities attributable to the “assemblages” formed by human and nonhuman bodies, artifacts, things, objects, and natural environments

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Situating Screen Bodies

Brian Bergen-Aurand

/counter-hegemony. They are, of course, not “shiny, happy people” oblivious to their environment, but rather smiling in relation to their situation, despite the threats to their happiness. These images, then, invoke a series of dynamics that refuses to acquiesce to