Contributors to

Contours of the Mind

What follows is an alphabetical listing of all contributors to the Contours of the Mind exhibition. ANUTECH merit prizes were awarded for the five most outstanding works. Look here to find out who won.

There is also a Digital Gallery for viewing works which appear in the exhibition only in electronic form.


ZORAN ALEKSIC

University of Nagoya, Japan.

Interests: chaos, neuralnets, non-linear systems

Untitled I

The image of the embedded Gumowski-Mira map.

Untitled II

This graph shows the strange attractor of the Gummowski-Mira map.


SOPHIE ANAPLIOTIS.

Artist. Currently studying a Bachelor of Architecture (4th year) at RMIT Victoria, Australia. Interests include Computer Graphics, sculpture and photography.

The Subject of All Objects. 1994

Human Construct. Limited Edition 1/25

Spiralling Building No. 1 Limited Edition 1/25

Swallowed in the Ocean Limited Edition 2/25


MURRAY BATCHELOR and BRUCE HENRY

Murray Batchelor - Department of Mathematics, Australian National University

Bruce Henry - Department of Applied Mathematics, University of New South Wales.

Large Aggregation Fractal picture, (1m x 1m)

Miniature of the giant 6 m x 2 m Seahorse Superfractal

on permanent display at the National Science and Technology Centre.


REMO CAMEROTA.

Loophole Video, 16min.

Visions of light created by itself.


PAUL CODDINGTON

University of Syracuse, NY, USA.

Interests: computational physics

Untitled - 3 still images

Collaboration between Paul Coddington, Dan Baumann, Zheung-Yao Su, John Apostolakis and Clive Baillie.


WAYNE COSSHALL PhD.

Computer Graphics. University of Melbourne, Australia.

Current Research work includes Photo Realistic Computer Graphics, Computer Graphics Art, Image Processing, Parallel computer Architecture, Image Restoration and Correction.

Nine Faces of God, ( Thermal Wax Print, 83cm wide x 109 cm), 1993.

Geological Time, Thermal Wax Prints, 83cm wide x 109 cm), 1993.

Initiation, Silver Gelatin Print, 72 cm wide x 62 cm), 1994

Light Travel, Silver Gelatin Print, 66 cm wide x 51 cm), 1993

Questions and Answers, Silver Gelatin Print, 67 cm x 52 cm), 1993

Time Killer, Cibachrome Print, 723 cm wide x 62 cm), 1993

All works created using fractal mathematics. The last four were photographed onto black and white or slide film and then printed archivally onto photographic paper.


SCOTT DRAVES

flame - video tape

Images


SIMANT DUBE & DARYL ESSAM

Department of Mathematics and Computing Science, University of New England, Armidale NSW 2351, Australia

4 computer generated fractals (Still Images)


STEPHEN DUKE

Fractal Sand Painting


PETER A. FLETCHER.

CSIRO Division of Information Technology.

Interests: Parallel visualization algorithms, physical particle simulations, fractal image generation, strage attractors.

fractal shortcuts - video


EARL GLYNN

Overland Park. USA

Division of Fractal Cell

Fractal "66"

Bridges

Spiral of Biomorphic Cells.

(Still images)


EMERITUS PROFESSOR GREGSON

Visiting Fellow, Department of Psychology, The Australian National University. Canberra. Australia.

Interests: Mathematical psychology

The Gamma Recursion in Psychophysics. - Still Image


JAMES HARLEY

Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Night-flowering ...not even sand II (1990)

computer generated audio tape 9 minutes


AMANDA HART

Fractal Snake. (Oregon on Ply). 1991

Mogen David. (Oregon on Ply). 1991

Chalice David.. (Jetulong). 1992

Chalis Quantrad. (Silver Ash on stained Ply). 1992

Fractal Cross.. (Silver Ash and Red River Gum on Ply). 1992

Fractal Tetrahedron. (Sculpture. Camphor Laurel). 1992


Dr Sven Jakubith.

Formerly at Berkeley, now in Germany. Interests: neuroscience

Untitled, (Four computer generated fractals)

These images show experimental data which was captured by a video camera. The experiment involved a CO oxidation on a single platinum cyrstal surface under ultra high vacuum conditions and show spontaneous pattern formation of a chemical system far from thermodynamic equilibrium.


CHRIS ILLERT.

Associate Professoor at the Uki campus of the Science Art Research Centre in Northern NSW.

Computer animated video of the chaotic ammonite shell growth. (Dur 2'30").

Each frame was individually created by a supercomputer in New York using equations developed by Prof. Illert. This video is the product of a cooperative effort with Prof. Clifford Pickover of the IBM T.J.Watson Resarch Centre in New York.


GORDON LESCINSKY .

Research Associate at the Advanced Computer Centre at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Melbourne, Australia.

Tent, (Still Image, A1 bubblejet on board)

Afghan, (Still Image, A1 bubblejet on board)

Online Digital Images


MICHAEL LEVIN

Graduate Student, Department of Genetics. Harvard Medical School. Massachussetts (USA). Interests: fractal models of embryonic development and the video in the exhibition is part of his work on such models.

11 still images

1 video


Dr ZDZISLAW MEGLICKI

Automated Reasoning Project, CSIR. The Australian National University. Canberra

Interests: Plasma physics, astrophysics and advanced computation.

Accretion Disk Around Black Hole.

Gas from a nearby Red Dwarf spirals on to the Black hole. Tidal in stabilities, it produces spiral shocks visible as red regions on the surface of the disk.


LINDA MEISEL Double Helix Project Officer. CSIRO. Canberra Australia.

Sunflower Christmas Card (Computer image)


GORDON MONRO

Study in Dimension 1.245 (Dur. 5mins)

one audio tape of a fractal based music composition


MURDO MORRISON Born 23.. 7. 39 in Glasgow Scotland. Immigrated to Australia 1952 Has exhibited widely in Australia since 1962. Bureaupolis (oil on canvas) Night Sky (oil on canvas) Fusion Hybrid (Trails) (acrylic on board)


BOB MOSSEL.

Adelaide. Pilot and photographer specialising in aerial landscape photography. Currently building a library of patterns in nature. Recently elected a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society.

Outback pattern I, (Photograph,760 x 102mm)

Outback pattern II, (Photograph,760 x 102mm)

Gulf of Carpenteria, (Photograph,760 x 102mm)

Natural Fractal, (Photograph,760 x 102mm)


KEN MUSGRAVE

GW School of Engineering. Washington

Zabriski Point - still image

Blessed State - still image


GARY LEE NELSON

Professor of Electronic and Computer Music, TIMARA (Technology in Music and Related Arts), Conservatory of Music, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, USA

Three audio pieces:

Purple mountains (1989, 28:00)

Amber waves (1989, 16:00)

The Voyage of the Golah Iota (1993, II:00)

The works were produced using the Fractal Mountains (1988) algorithm.


MIKE NICHOLLS and TIM KREGER

2 Collaborative audio-video works

Video Effects - Mike Nicholls, Music - Tim Kreger

Bifurcate Dur 11'30"

A String of Pearls Dur 14'20"


Professor KAARE J. NYGAARD.

Galactic Engine. Acrylic and oil on canvas

Fractal Inspiration . Graphite acrylic and oil on canvas


STAN OSTOJA-KOTKOWSKI

The organisers of this exhibition would like to pay tribute to Stan Ostoja, who passed away recently. He was a master of the art of fractals and the organisers are grateful to Jane Booth for the loan of four of his works.

Image ZZC based on Lyapunou fractal . 1994

Glass Building based on Newton fractal. 1994

Cyborg -92 based on Newton Fractal. 1994

Cat Knight, based on Mandelbrot Fractal. 1994

Fractal art by Stan Ostoja, colour printing by Marc Strizic.


STUART RAMSDEN

Lecturer in Computer Animation, Australian Centre for the Arts and Technology, Australian National University.

ZedsquaredplusC (still image), 1992

Vanishing Point at the Event Horizon (2.6m x 2m colour versatec mural)

Visualising recursive function systems (video Dur 4"), 1994


CLIFFORD A. REITER is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Lafayette

College in Easton, PA, USA. His interests include number theory, APL, J, the use of technology in teaching and mathematical visualization. He is coauthor of a text on APL and is the Site Director of a Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program at Lafayette.

Menagerie of Fractals 6 still images of fractals arising in the visualization of diverse mathematical ideas.


MARIA N. STUKOFF

Sand Scales I (1992)

Cibacrome Colour Photograph

Sand Scales II (1992)

Cibacrome Colour Photograph


KEVIN SUFFERN

School of Computing Sciences, University of Technology at Sydney, Australia.

Three still images

Sunset 1992

Anemones 1992

Julia Spheres 1992


MICHAEL THEODORE

Bitophony - audio work