In an attempt to understand the current state of the STEAM landscape across
the globe SciArt Magazine <http://www.sciartmagazine.com> will produce a
special topics issue this August on STEAM education and approaches. As
we've seen in this discussion there are various ideas about what STEAM is,
what it can do, what it should do, and what it is already doing, from
theory to case study. If you would like to contribute your article on a
class, workshop, study, or otherwise that addresses STEAM from kindergarten
to college and beyond please email me at this address (
We will review previously published/adapted articles (with due permissions)
and new articles for submission. We take international submissions but must
be in English. We accept various writing convention styles but err on the
side of casual-intellectual. All accepted contributors receive a free
subscription to the magazine.
Please feel free to email me with any questions!
On Tue, Mar 21, 2017 at 7:01 AM, roger malina <email@example.com> wrote:
> for our stem to steam discussion there are a growing
> number of books that feed into our work
> here is a new book from christophe keller
> PARANOMIA on how knowledge is derived in art+science
> if any yasminers have published relevant books
> please do bring them to our attention
> roger malina
> From: Christoph Keller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Book PARANOMIA on how knowledge is derived in art + scien
> Dear Roger Malina,
> I hope this email find's you well!
> Our new publication
> PARANOMIA on how knowledge is derived in art+science is now available
> at SpectorBooks, Leipzig.
> Please have a look!
> Thanks and best wishes,
> christoph keller <email@example.com>
> The term "PARANOMIA" has multiple meanings, one of them being that
> which exists alongside the normative. In his inquiry into the
> entangled aspects of science and contemporary art, Christoph Keller
> outlines how knowledge is derived in the respective fields. The book
> contains essays and contributions by Bernard Blistène, Horst
> Bredekamp, Jimena Canales, Sarah Demeuse, Christoph Keller, Heike
> Catherina Mertens, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Detlef Thiel, and Joseph Vogl
> (see below).
> Bernard Blistène: On Aether
> Horst Bredekamp: Nothingness is not Nothing
> Jimena Canales with Sarah Demeuse: The Viewer as a Scientist
> Christoph Keller: Paranomia
> Heike Catherina Mertens: A Journey through Nothing that is
> Ana Teixeira Pinto: On Anarcheology
> Detlef Thiel: Conversation on Ernst Marcus
> Joseph Vogl: On Stammering
> Design by Studio Manuel Raeder. Published by SpectorBooks, 2016.
> Christoph Keller
> Fehrbelliner Str. 81
> D-10119 Berlin
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