For PDFs of Leonardo Book reviews from 2003-present see:
Ione. A.”Innovation and Visualization: Trajectories, Strategies, and Myths” College Art Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta Georgia, Panel Title: Hybridity: Arts, Sciences, and Cultural Effects (Chairs: Yvonne Spielmann and Jay David Bolter), February, 2005.
Ione, A. “Synesthesia: A Multi-Colored History” Newsletter of the International Association of Synesthesia. 2004.
Ione, A. and Tyler C.W. (2004) “Synesthesia: Is F-Sharp Colored Violet?” Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 58–65.
Ione. A. “Space, Light, Nature: James Turrell and Robert Irwin” Kyoto Institute of Technology symposium on Aesthetic Innovation Project, October, 2004.
Ione, A. “The Alhambra and Scientific and Mathematical Visualization” Innovations in Education: The Arts and Science Partnership Symposium. Sponsored by International Child Art Foundation and the Qatar Foundation Doha, Qatar, October 19-23, 2003.
Ione, A. “The Alhambra and Scientific and Mathematical Visualization,” (abridged), ChildArt Magazine (in press).
Ione, A. and Tyler C.W. (2003) “Was Kandinsky a Synesthete?“Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 223–226.
Ione, A. “Is Plato’s Philosophy Relevant Today?: Mimesis to Virtual Reality” The Future of Beauty in Literature and the Arts. Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe (ed.) Cambridge Scholar’s Press. (in press)
Ione, A. “Kandinsky and Klee: Chromatic Chords, Polyphonic Painting and Synesthesia,” Journal of Consciousness Studies, 11, No. 3-4, 2004, pp. 148-58.
Ione, A. (2003). Examining Semir Zeki’s ‘Neural Concept Formation and Art: Dante, Michelangelo, Wagner. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 10, No. 2,2003, pp. 58-66.
Ione, A. (2002) “The Hockney/Falco thesis: Can a bold idea rewrite history?” Panel: Art and Optics: The Hockney/Falco Thesis. Society for Literature and Science Annual Meeting. October 10-13, 2002, Pasadena, California.
Ione, A., & Tyler, C. W. Synesthesia: is F-Sharp Colored Violet? Journal of the History of the Neurosciences.
Ione, A. Invited Plenary: Session: Art and the Brain . Presentation title: Examining Neurological Investigations of Art.: A Response to V.S. Ramachandran and Semir Zeki, “Tucson 2002: Toward a Science of Consciousness” Sponsored by The Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona. 8-12 April 2002.
Ione, A. “Do Subtle Technologies Enable Us To Effectively Add Art to the Cognitive Science Equation?” Subtle Technologies 20002: Blurring the Boundaries Between Art and science. 9-12 May 2002, University of Toronto Canada.
Ione, A. (2001) Merging Conceptual Theory with Practice: Creativity in the Visual Domain,” Humanities & Technology Association Annual Conference, Concepts of Creativity in the Humanities, Science, and Technology, University of Virginia, September 19-21, 2001.
Ione, A. “Visualizing Innovation: Contemporary Cross-currents in Art, Science, and Visual Studies” presented at the 27th Association of Art Historians Annual Conference, 2001. Session on Art, Science, and Visual Studies.
Tyler, C. W. and Ione, A. (2001) “The Concept of Space in Twentieth Century Art.” In B. E. Rogowitz & T. N. Pappas (Eds.), Human Vision and Electronic Imaging: Proceedings of Photonics West, Technical Conference sponsored by The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) and the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T). San Jose, California, 2001.
Ione, A. “Innovation in Art and Science” Response to Semi Zeki, Trends in Cognitive Science. London, Elsevier Science, (April 2001) volume 5, number 4, p. 140.
McManus, J. and Ione, A. (2000)Panel: “Light and (In)Sight: Reflections on Mirrors and Other Media.” Paper: “Mirrored Realities – True or False? Questioning Van Eyck, Velasquez and Manet” Presented at the 14th Annual Convention of the Society for Literature and Science, Atlanta, Georgia, Oct 5-8th, 2000 on Media: Old and New. Sponsored the Ivan Allan College of Georgia Institute of Technology, the School of Literature, Communication and Culture, and the Center for New Media Studies.
Keynote lecture: “Art in an Age of Science and Technology.” San Francisco International Art Exposition (SFIAE), presented by Thomas Blackman Associates, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, California, September 2000.
Ione, A. “The Gift of Seeing: Views From the Field.” Presented at the 3rd International CAiiA Research Conference, Consciousness reframed sponsored by the Centre for Advanecd Inquiry in the Interactive Arts (CAiiA), University of Wales College, Newport, United Kingdom 23-26 August 2000. In The Proceedings of the 3rd International CaiiA Research Conference, Consciousness reframed. Ascott, R. and Punt, M (eds.), University or Wales College, Newport, United Kingdom.
Ione, A. “The Gift of Seeing: Nineteenth Century Views From the Field.” In Art Technology Consciousness mind@large. Ascott, R, (ed.). Exeter, England and Portland, Oregon, USA, Intellect Books. (2000) pp. (84-89).
Ione, A. “Vision: Nineteenth Century Revisions to the Western Matrix.” Presented at “Ways of Seeing: The Nineteenth Century.” Conference sponsored by INCS (Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies). The University of Paris-X, Nanterre, Nanterre, France. June 22-24, 2000,
Ione, A. “Stretching and Dissolving Boundaries: Nineteenth Century Science, Art, and Literature.” Science, Literature and the Arts: Where are the Boundaries? Brussels, Belgium, April 2000, Sponsored by the American Society for Literature and Science and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Brussels Free University, Belgium).
Ione, A.”Crossing Boundaries: Imaging Innovations in Art and Science.” In B. E. Rogowitz & T. N. Pappas (Eds.), Human Vision and Electronic Imaging: Proceedings of Photonics West, Technical Conference sponsored by The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) and the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) (Vol. 3959, pp. 498-505). San Jose, California, 22-28 January 2000.
Ione, A. Connecting the Cerebral Cortex with the Artist’s Eyes, Mind, and Culture. Journal of Consciousness Studies 7, No. 8-9, 2000. pp. 21-27. Gougen, J.A. and Myin, E. (eds.) Special issue on Art and the Brain, Part II 2000. Response to: V.S. Ramachandran and William Hirstein, The Science of Art: A neurological theory of aesthetic experience” Gougen, J. A. (ed.) Special Feature on Art and the Brain, Journal of Consciousness Studies Volume 6, No.6/7, (June/July 1999).
Panelist, “Neuroscience and the Artist” ArtSci99: Seeding collaborations. Symposium on art and science collaborations sponsored by Leonardo Journal, artbyte Magazine, and PROXIMA/Theatrical Supplies & Services, and is a co-production of Art & Science Collaborations, Inc.(ASCI) and the Extended Studies Program of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. November, 1999 Cooper Union, New York City.
Ione, A. “Evolving images: visual intersections in art and science.” Intersections: Art and Science conference. DePaul University School for New Learning, Illinois Humanities Council and the DePaul University Research Council, Chicago, Illinois October 21-23, 1999.
Ione, A. “Innovation: interweaving science, language, and art.” Presented at Historicizing Literature, Science and the Arts conference. 1999 conference for the Society for Literature and Science. University of Oklahoma (assisted by University of Texas at Dallas), Norman, Oklahoma. October 7-10, 1999.
Ione, A. “History, innovation, and excellence: an inquiry into Jan van Eyck” Presented at SHOT 99 – 1999 annual meeting of The Society of the History of Technology. Detroit, Michigan. October 7-10, 1999.
Ione, A. “Adding time to timeless questions: the convergence of nature, society, and individuals.” Presented at “On Time: History, Science, Commemoration” conference at National Museums and Galleries. Organized by the British Society for the History of Science (BSHS), Royal Historical Society (RHS) and NMGM. 16-19 September 1999. Liverpool, UK.
Ione, A. “Approaching the new millennium: society, technology, and the individual’s imprint.” Presented at the Invencao:— thinking the next millennium conference. Sponsored by Itaú Cultural Institute in collaboration with the ISEA (Inter-Society for the Electronic), Arts Leonardo/ISAST, and CAiiA-STAR (Centre for Advanced Inquiry in the Interactive Arts, University of Wales College, Newport, UK and the Centre for Science Technology and Art Research, University of Plymouth, UK). São Paulo, Brasil. 25-29, August, 1999.
Ione, A. “An inquiry into Paul Cézanne: defining the role of the artist in studies of perception and consciousness.” Journal of Consciousness Studies 7, No. 8-9, pp. 57-74. Gougen, J.A. and Myin, E. (eds.) Special issue on Art and the Brain, Part II 2000. Presented at the Cognitive Science Conference on Perception, Consciousness, and Art. Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Centrum voor Empirische Epistemologie, 17 – 19 May, 1999. PDF
Ione, A. “Developing a future that does not re-write the past: A visual perspective.” (1999) Archné, 6(2) pp. 101-119. Presented at the Reflections of the Future conference. Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada. 6 May – 8 May, 1999.
Ione, A. “Multiple Discovery.” In Encyclopedia of Creativity, Two-Volume Set, edited by Mark A. Runco and Steven Pritzker, (1999) San Diego, Academic Press, volume 2, pp. 261-271.
Ione, A. “Science: method, myth, metaphor?” Alexandria 5. (2000). Presented at Second International Conference on Consciousness, “Toward a Science of Consciousness 1996: Tucson II” University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, April 1996, pp. 353-391
Ione, A. “Defining visual representation as a creative and interactive modality.” In R. Paton & I. Neilson (Eds.), Visual Representations and Interpretations. (1999). Berlin Heidelberg: Verlag-Springer, pp. 112-120. Presented at Visual Representations and Interpretations’98<. 22nd – 24th of September, 1998, The Foresight Centre, University of Liverpool, UK.
Ione, A. “Images and Imaging: Patterns of Connectedness in Art, Science, and Technology.” In Reframing Consiousness. Ascott, R, (ed.). (1999) Exeter, England and Portland, Oregon, USA, Intellect Books, pp. 94-99. Presented at the 2nd International CaiiA Research Conference, Consciousness reframed. 19-23 August 1998 at the Centre for Advanced Inquiry in the Interactive Arts, University of Wales College, Newport, UK.
Ione, A. “Images: Maps of Creativity and Discovery.” Presented at the International Congress on Discovery and Creativity. Ghent University, Belgium. 14 May — 16 May 1998.
Ione, A. “The Dialectics of Art & Science.” ArtSci’98 Symposium: Seeding Collaboration. Sponsored by Art and Science Collaborations, Discover Magazine, and Leonardo Journal, April 4-5, 1998, Cooper Union, New York City.
Ione, A. “An Investigation into Emergent Consciousness II.” Performance Practice 3. (1997) University of Chester College, Liverpool, United Kingdom. (3): 16-18. Presented at the 1st International CAiiA Research Conference, CONSCIOUSNESS REFRAMED.” Conference: July 5-6, 1997 at the Centre for Advanced Inquiry in the Interactive Arts, University of Wales College, Newport,
Ione, A. “Imaginative, Applied, and Virtual technologies.” Presented at SHOT 1997. Society for the History of Technology annual meeting. Pasadena, California, October 16-19, 1997.
Ione, A. “Imaginative and applied views of the brain and the self.” Presented at “The Brain and Self, ” sponsored by the Danish Medical Association, Danish Psychological Association, The Year of the Brain (HjerneÅret), Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona, Elsinore, Denmark, August 21-24, 1997.
Ione, A. “An Investigation into Emergent Consciousness.” In CONSCIOUSNESS REFRAMED.” Conference Proceedings Ascott, R. (ed.). Presented at the 1st International CAiiA Research Conference, July 5-6, 1997 at the Centre for Advanced Inquiry in the Interactive Arts, University of Wales College, Newport, UK.
Ione, A. “Implicit Cognition and Consciousness in Scientific Speculation and Development.” Presented at the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness conference, “What Does Implicit Cognition Tell Us About Consciousness?” Claremont Colleges and Claremont Graduate School, June 14-16, 1997, Claremont, California.
Ione, A. “Symbolic Creation and Re-presentations of Reality,” Presented at New Trends in Cognitive Science: Does Representation Need Reality? International workshop sponsored by the Austrian Society of Cognitive Science (May 14-16, 1997), Vienna, Austria, May 14-16, 1997; In Proceedings of the International Conference New Trends in Cognitive Science, Riegler, A. and Peschel, M. (eds.) ASoCS Technical Report 97-01.
Ione, A. (1997). “Information: Description, Cognition, Invention.” Informatica, 21(3), 421-434.
Ione, A. (1995) Nature Exposed to our Method of Questioning. Berkeley, The Diatrope Institute, 538pp. ISBN: 0-493-47955-4. Download the eBook