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Frank Malina and his fifth Wac Corporal, October 11, 1945. Frank Joseph Malina (October 2, 1912 – November 9, 1981) was an American aeronautical engineer and painter, especially known for becoming both a pioneer in the art world and the realm of scientific engineering. Early life Malina was born in Brenham, Texas. Frank Malina
Scientist Artist Collaborations group
I am attending this working shop and am interested in any inputs or thoughts you might have. roger malina Re/Search: Art, Science, and Information Technology A Joint Meeting of the National Science Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts This workshop seeks to advance exploration at the intersection of art and science. Areas of particular interest include evolving forms of digital and electronic media, human‐centered computing, videogame design and technology, digitally‐mediated performing and visual arts and research that can lead to a better understanding of these fields. The primary purpose of this discussion is to lay the foundation for articulating the types of inquiry that both lie at the intersection of concerns of the National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) as well as represent opportunities for advancing scientific knowledge and new forms of artistic research, output and engagement. UPCOMING NSF NEA WORKSHOP ON ART SCIENCE
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Yasminers Dimitris Charitis will be starting up again the Hybrid Citydiscussion on September 13 in the meantime: re the benefits of art-science collaboration to science and engineeringyou will find a number of supporting documents : a) What are the goals of art-sci collaboration:http://malina.diatrope.com/2010/08/29/642/ b) What are the different types of art-science collaborationhttp://malina.diatrope.com/2010/08/29/what-are-the-different-types-of-art-science-collaboration/ [Yasmin_discussions] Benefits of art science collaboration to science and engineering
WHAT IS THE GOAL OF ART-SCI : ?? INTEGRATION ? the THIRD CULTURE ARGUMENT ? SEVERAL GOALS ? In response to one of the discussions Drew made a comment, below, that the “goal of Art Sci is integration” Is this really the goal ? WHAT ARE THE GOALS OF ART-SCI ?
We propose to develop here some kind of breakdown of the different kinds of art science collaboration as an aid to analysis, while recognising that this set of categories is not ‘orthogonal’ and many projects involve several types. W also seek to collect other examples of categories of art science developed by other authors. This typology is designed to highlight the benefits to science and engineering of art-sci collaboration. Other typologies would highlight the benefit to the arts and humanities. These many overlap but not be identical ( for instance attracting more people into science and engineering may be one possible art-sci benefit, but this is not a direct benefit to arts and humanities except in context of societal development as a whole). What are the Different Types of Art Science Collaboration
How to select Art-Sci through Peer Review Issue: How to put together traditional peer review or selection committees to evaluate and rank Art Science Proposals In the discussions so far, an issue has come up repeatedly of the problem of how to “select for funding’ art science proposals Typically panels are composed of experts who have established their pre-eminence in given discipline and not in art-science. Resulting ranking of proposals are often ‘drive to the median’ exercises where the most risky/promising proposals do not emerge from peer review. How to select art science proposals for funding ?
Patents Filed Resulting from Art Science Collaborations re the upcoming NSF NEA Re/Search: Art, Science, and Information Technology workshop One way of documenting this kind of outcome is by identifying patents filed by the art-science teams I dont want to get into a discussion here of IP and whether the current patenting system is an impediment to innovation- there are many arguments showing that filing patents, especially too early or in areas that are too broad, impedes innovation rather than encourages it. ( and less than one in a thousand patents ever get exploited) Robert Thill (email@example.com) has been compiling a list of patents filed by artists for the ARTSACTIVE network http://www.artsactive.net
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BioArt Overview BioArt is often intended to be shocking or humorous. One survey of the field in Isotope: A Journal of Literary Science and Nature Writing puts it this way: "BioArt is often ludicrous.
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