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Z-Galaxy - Exhibition Lissajous Figures

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Published: 2008
Number of Artist Proofs: 1
Resolution: 1606 × 903 px
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File Size: 1.7 MB
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This pioneering work is part of the workgroup "Z-Galaxy" - a virtual exhibition landscape that opened its doors in 2008. It was created by Herbert W. Franke, a pioneer of algorithmic art: his first works go back to 1954 done with an analog computer. This pioneering workgroup of voxel art shows photo documents of the Z-Galaxy, established as a 3D world of the platform "Active Worlds." All architectural structures and synthetic plants in this world were separately developed with the software Mathematica and then embedded in Active Worlds. The art exhibitions showed pictures as well as a sculpture park at the interface between art and mathematics. The Z-Galaxy was documented in a series of photographs. Shown here: look into the exhibition of Herbert W. Franke's work related to Math Art, a broad series of artistic visualization experiments with different mathematical structures, in this case: Lissajous figures.

Herbert W. Franke

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Born 1927, Franke studied physics and philosophy at the University of Vienna; his PhD thesis was in the field of electron optics. He is a pioneer of algorithmic art and was shown in many exhibitions worldwide. He started with an analog computer in 1954. His pioneering electronic abstractions para...

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