“I am pleased to write on behalf of Interalia Magazine. I have had the good fortune to be represented in their publication, and its aims are high and important to us all.”
Professor Stuart Kauffman FRSC
Author of The Origins of Order; At Home in the Universe; and Reinventing the Sacred.
“With its hand on the pulse of the avant-garde, Interalia is a must read!”
Professor Arthur I Miller
Emeritus Professor of History and Philosophy of Science at University College London. Author of Colliding Worlds: How Cutting-edge Science is Redefining Contemporary Art.
Consistent with The Interalia Centre’s aims it offers knowledge and inspiration from the world's most exciting thinkers to a community of the curious to engage with ideas and each other. An important aspect of the magazine is to foster news ideas and promote further discussion.
Ideas make a difference. It is the power of ideas that change attitudes, lives and the world. People who put ideas into action can inspire the rest of us to go and do the same. We will look for contributions from people whose creative and imaginative thinking and work has expanded, and inspires to further expand, our notion of who and what we are.
The magazine is MONTHLY, with 2 levels of access - part free content and full content by subscription. Subscription is based on making the magazine accessible for a general readership without trivialising its content. Each issue focuses on a particular theme.
Contributors to Interalia Magazine include –
ARTICLES by Lindsay Clarke, Professor Stuart Kauffman, B Alan Wallace, Jules Cashford, Patrick Harpur, Prof John D Barrow, Tony Robbin, Prof John Brown, Maria Popova, Rob Kesseller, Dr Jacquelynn Baas, Peter Randall-Page, Prof Stanislas Dehaene, John Moat, Annie Cattrell, Prof Vlatko Vedral, Dr Neil Hawkes, Dr Urszula Szulakowska, Marianne Rankin, Prof Simeon Nelson, F David Peat, Christopher Bucklow, Jack Klaff, Helen Garrett, Ansuman Biswas, Monia Brizzi, Prof Murray Hunter, Helen Moore, Marina Wallace, Stanza, Lalla Essaydi, Prof Seth Llloyd, Prof Bernd-Olaf Kuppers, Michael Benson, Jasmine Pradissitto, Marc Yankus, David Rosenthal, Julian Voss-Andreae, Greg Dunn, Dmitry Gelfand and Evelina Domnitch, Professor Sidney Perkowitz, Diemut Strebe, Prof Nicholas Humphrey, Scott Draves, Pascale Pollier, Vasia Hatzi, Joseph Nechvatal, Prof Stuart Hameroff, Prof Basil Hiley, Paul Brown, Fernanda Viégas, Martin Wattenberg, Jean-Pierre Hébert, Chantal Pollier, David Goodsell, Drew Berry, Prof Eric Heller, Luke Jerram, Karen Ingham, Cecil Balmond, Chris Drury, Joyce Kozloff, David Buckland, Lucy Mcrae, Dr Mario Beauregard, Adrian Holme, Rogan Brown, Taney Roniger, Paul Vanouse, Werner Sun, West Marrin, Linda Dalrymple Henderson, John K. Grande, Jason deCaires Taylor, Katharine Dowson, Robert Horvitz, Suki Chan, Paul Friedlander, Lars Chittka ….
INTERVIEWS with Sir Ken Robinson, James Turrell, Prof Stuart Kauffman, Prof Arthur I Miller, Helen Storey, Sacha Abercorn, Andy Goldsworthy, Susan Derges, Liliane Lijn, Jack Klaff, Prof Murray Shanahan, Prof Margaret Boden, Ian McGilchrist, Prof Neils Henrik Gregersen, Prof Keith Ward, Alex Schlegel, B Alan Wallace, David Lorimer, Gavin Pretor-Pinney, Prof Nicholas Humphrey, F David Peat, Andrew Carnie, Anna Dumitriu, Rudy Rucker, Janine Benyus, Deena Weisberg, Prof Joshua Knobe, Ackroyd&Harvey, Maddy Harland, Katja Valli, Pascale Pollier, Prof Murray Shanahan, Eduardo Kac, Prof John R Searle, Stelarc, James Ladyman, Antti Revonsuo, Dr Susan Blackmore, Prof Patricia Churchland, Prof Paavo Pylkkänen, Rocco Gennaro, Keith Wiley, Prof Max Velmans, Raymond Tallis, Prof Philip Goff, Dryden Goodwin, Deanna Petherbridge, Iain McGilchrist, Gemma Anderson, Anita Taylor, Prof Alva Noë, Baroness Susan Greenfield, Prof Basil Hiley, Philip Franses, Helen Pynor, Peta Clancy, Vasia Hatzi, David Glowacki, Rachel Kneebone, Greg Dunn, Thomas Dietterich, Dr Marius Kwint, Jim Campbell, Rachel Armstrong, Miya Ando, Bill Viola, Prof Kevin Warwick, Prof Yoshua Bengio, Prof Ryota Kanai, Mario Klingemann, Susan Aldworth, Juliette Losq, Prof Ian Stewart, Valeriya N-Georg, Marie Munk, Margaret Inga Urías, Basia Irland, Grant Maxwell, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Pei-Ying Lin, Annie Cattrell, Joyce Yamada, Kate Stafford, Prof Atonio Chella, Prof Anil Seth, Prof Antonio Chella, Jack Symes, Darya Warner, Nik Money, Julie Andreyev, Robertina Šebjanič , Judith Alder….
“Most people agree that new insights into reality and the human condition come from two cultural sources – from hard disciplinary work and from the inspirations of inter-disciplinary thinking. Interalia Magazine fills out the latter role by creating an inspiring venue for a network-based thinking. It’s all about reaping from the insights of cutting-edge established thinkers, and it’s all about weaving together the works of scientists, philosophers, artists, and others into a vibrant open-minded think-tank. Read it – and be enlivened!”
Niels Henrik Gregersen
Professor of Systematic Theology, University of Copenhagen
“I believe that the Interalia Magazine is an important voice in our rapidly changing intellectual and social landscape”
Dr Seán Ó Nualláin
Author of a book on the foundations of Cognitive Science: "The Search for Mind" and "Being Human: the Search for Order
THE INTERALIA CENTRE
The Interalia Centre was formed in 1990 to provide an international forum for the exchange of ideas, exploring the relationships between the arts and the sciences, regarding each as an open and systematic inquiry into the deep structure of human experience. Its aims are based on the belief that far from being mutually exclusive activities, they represent different yet complimentary ways of looking at and understanding the world. Interalia’s activities have consistently demonstrated that creative understanding can be extended through exploring and equating these diverse fields of knowledge through ‘free-flowing’ communication.
Through innovative conferences, lectures and workshops, Interalia has successfully established a dialogue between art and science at a level accessible to all. By bringing together recognised experts in the fields of art and science, to address a common theme in front of wide-ranging audiences, Interalia has exemplified that a greater understanding and awareness can be created by crossing the boundaries between the Arts and Sciences.
Interalia facilitates, educates and makes connections between individuals, groups and organisations, many of whom would normally be denied access to such opportunities. To read from the list of speakers involved in Interalia is to read off those at the cutting edge of art and science. Interalia’s audiences comprise people of all ages, backgrounds and professions - from pensioners to Professors, from students to businessmen/women.
Conference themes have included:
The Art and Science of Colour
The Nature of Colour - East and West
Order, Chaos and Creativity
Two or Three Cultures?
The Nature of Time
Growth and Form - the work and influence of D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson
Visions of Light
The Reach Of the Imagination: the work and influence of David Bohm
Connections in Space: From the Cosmological to the Personal
The Eclipse: in Art, Myth and Science
In Blue Skies – The Experience of Experiments
Speakers have included:
Professor Richard Gregory Professor Martin Kemp James Turrell
Mary Midgley Professor Margaret Boden Andy Goldsworthy
Professor John D Barrow Dr Peter Coveney Alan Davie
Dr Anthony Storr Danah Zohar Dr Ioannis Antoniou
Liliane Lijn Professor Jeremy Hooker Anish Kapoor
Antony Gormley Professor Basil Hiley Dr Roy Porter
Professor Arthur I Miller Professor John Brown Professor Steven Rose
Dr John Gage Philip Rawson Dr Helen Haste
Prof Sir Edmund Happold Dr Joseph Schwartz Dr Mae Wan-Ho
Professor Brian Goodwin William Latham Professor Brian Cox
Susan Derges Professor Lewis Wolpert Leroy Little Bear
Prof Hans Joachim Albrecht F David Peat Professor Michael Berry
Dr Denys Turner Sarah Bohm Dr Chris Isham
Mark Edwards Lee Nichol Jack Klaff