This article explores the violent clown as an artist and border crosser at the intersection of science and art.
The development of an independent English editorial department requires w/k to establish a new form of quality control – a variant of the widespread peer-review system.
Bringing light into the darkness of the inflationary, chaotic use of the word “art”. With the help of Rudi Keller’s concept of language change and H.P. Grice’s action-theoretical model, Stefan Oehm attempts to do this.
What the new editor-in-chief of the English editorial team is planning.
Is artistic research more than a utopia and what exactly is artistic research? This question will be explored here in the course of three articles.
Since media are often applied in scientific and artistic processes, this essay offers an insight into joined features and hidden relationships between visual media such as photography, film, television and interactive animation and their possible applications in science and art.