::fibreculture:: New Issue of the Fibreculture Journal—Creative Robotics
andrew.murphie at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 05:54:19 CET 2017
We are pleased to announce FCJ 28—Creative Robotics. Edited by Petra
Gemeinboeck. Elena Knox, Jill Bennett and Andrew Murphie.
This really is one of our best issues ever.
Many thanks to the Editors for what has been a great deal of work for an
Many thanks as always to Mat Wall-Smith for getting it all online (and
keeping it there—despite hackers and so forth).
FCJ-204 Degrees of Freedom
FCJ-205 Life and Labour of Rovers on Mars: Toward Post-Terrestrial Futures
of Creative Robotics
FCJ-206 From Braitenberg’s Vehicles to Jansen’s Beach Animals: Towards an
Ecological Approach to the Design of Non-Organic Intelligence
FCJ-207 Game On: A Creative Enquiry into Agency and the Nature of Cognition
in Distributed Systems
FCJ-208 This Machine Could Bite: On the Role of Non-Benign Art Robots
FCJ-209 Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Pattern Thinking: An Expanded
Analysis of the First Indigenous Robotics Prototype Workshop
Angie Abdilla and Robert Fitch
FCJ-210 Falling Robots.
FCJ-211 Embodying a Future for the Future: Creative Robotics and
Andrew Murphie on behalf of the Fibreculture Journal Editorial Team
"A traveller, who has lost his way, should not ask, Where am I? What he
really wants to know is, Where are the other places" - Alfred North
"Suppose you had the revolution you are talking and dreaming about. Suppose
your side had won, and you had the kind of society that you wanted. How
would you live, you personally, in that society? Start living that way
now!" *Hope in the Dark*, Rebecca Solnit
Andrew Murphie - Associate Professor
School of the Arts and Media,
University of New South Wales,
Sydney, Australia, 2052
Editor - The Fibreculture Journal http://fibreculturejournal.org/>
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