L.A. RE.PLAY

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L.A. RE.PLAY

The print issue of LEA Volume 21 Issue 1 L.A. Re.Play: Mobile Network Culture in Placemaking is available on Amazon and the open access articles are available on LEA (Leonardo Electronic Almanac). The issue analyses how current location technologies have become tools used by contemporary artists, theorists, designers and scientists to reformulate our understanding of social engagement within an enlarged concept of place. These new mobile networks have altered the way people exist in and relate to spaces where the real and virtual world blend, blurring the lines of traditional spatial de–nitions and frameworks. This special issue provides a variety of perspectives and practices on the meaning and interpretation of today’s locative media.

Edited by: Lanfranco Aceti, Hana Iverson and Mimi Sheller. Contributions by: Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0/b.a.n.g. lab, Ksenia Fedorova, John Craig Freeman, Jeremy Hight, Martha Ladly, Mimi Sheller, Hana Iverson, Jenny Marketou, Leila Christine Nadir, Cary Peppermint, Esther Polak, Ivar van Bekkum, Christiane Robbins, Katherine Lambert, Sarah Drury, Ian Woodcock, Kim Sawchuk, Samuel Thulin, Jen Southern, Jason Farman, Paula Levine, Teri Rueb, Hyperallergic.

The Leonardo Electronic Almanac is a collaborative effort supported by OCR, Operational and Curatorial Research; Boston University; New York University, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development; Leonardo; and Goldsmiths, University of London.

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About the Author:

Lanfranco Aceti is known for his social activism and extensive career as an artist, curator, and academic. He is a visiting professor and research affiliate at ACT @ Massachusetts Institute of Technology and professor and director of the Arts Administration Program at Boston University. He is the founder of The Studium: Lanfranco Aceti Inc., the founder and Director of OCR (Operational and Curatorial Research in Contemporary Art, Design, Science and Technology), and founder and Director of MoCC (Museum of Contemporary Cuts).

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