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Art-tech research cluster launches journal of theory and practice

David Schwarz, editor of Moebius and professor of music theory.

The UNT-based research cluster Initiative for Advanced Research in Technology and the Arts (iARTA) has launched an online journal in partnership with the UNT Libraries.

The journal Moebius explores international art trends and issues at the intersection of theory and practice and is one of the critical scholarship activities that supports iARTA’s focus on hybrid research, technologies and new media applications.

David Schwarz, right, the journal’s editor-in-chief and professor of music theory says the name Moebius derives from the möbius strip — a one surface, two dimensional mathematical phenomenon that is a “wonderful psychoanalytical metaphor for things that get transformed into their opposite.”

The strip represents the intimate interplay between critical thinking and art, and the journal will address the ways in which each mutually informs and defines the other. Moebius is different from other journals in this regard. “The quality of artworks that appears in other journals online and in print is very high but is not matched by the quality of criticism,” says Schwarz. “Moebius aims to fill this void.”

 - Julie West, Office of Research and Economic Development


Posted on: Tue 12 February 2013

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