An interactive Flash animation created by Paul Gillard using my images can be seen at the Museum of Computer Art Virtual Museum.
My image ‘Disturbulences’ forms part of the Science Art-Nature virtual exhibit associated with the 2010 Pacific Division AAAS Meeting “The Art of Science” in Ashland, Oregon.
All the images can be seen here.
Inspired by words from T.S. Eliot’s ‘Four Quartets’, this movie explores different points in time within the cosmos. ‘Time past’, indicated by monochromatic nebulous swirls, gives way to ‘time present’, where order starts to prevail, and complex, colourful dynamic forms explode into space. Towards the end of the movie, images of past and present come together to form images of the future – for without past and present, the future could not exist.
Time Present and Time Past
A Soft Pink Explosion
In ‘A Soft Pink Inksplosion’ we can trace the increasing complexity of patterning as ink progresses outward. Filmed in May, 2010.
A series of ‘Baroque’ images, ink in water, 2007 to 2010.
‘Spaceform Laceform’ ↓
‘Gold Lake’ ↓
‘Jet Streaming’ – high speed flow ↓
‘Go supernova’ ↓
The sequence I made inspired by Darwin’s words was one of the five winning entries in the Sampling Darwin competition from New Scientist’s CultureLab.
See all the entries here.
‘Foreground radiation’ has recently got a silver award in the International Aperture Awards 2009.
Here’s a link to my movie Go with the Flow, on YouTube.