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Jan Schmoranzer 2008

Jan Schmoranzer is currently a group leader and head of BioImaging facility at the Molecular Cancer Research Center of Charite Berlin. He earned his Master degree in physicist from Germany, pursued his Ph.D. in cellular biophysics at Rockefeller University, New York and his postdoctoral research in cell biology at Columbia University, New York. There he has made significant impact by building a novel type of microscope to visualize in real-time how cells secrete molecules from the inside to the outside, and how cells ‘orient’ toward certain biochemical cues on a molecular basis, both processes that are essential for all cell types. Beside his research he has developed vivid interest in the visual arts: he had multiple exhibitions in photography and all of the micrographs displayed here received awards in international microscopy competitions. “Seeing the beauty of cellular structures, like microtubules, after many hours of tiring and repetitive lab-work often gives me the kick to go on. I am glad that scientist like me receive public attention for display of scientific imagery and I am excited to expand on projects like ‘Cell Portraits’ by exploring different cellular structures and cell types. I believe that visualizing science – the process of research as well as its end products – will gain importance in the future, not only to draw attention to a particular scientific subject, but also for science education itself.”

5 pictures, last one added on Jan 16, 2009

Chris Robinson 2008

Chris Robinson is a visual artist who is interested in the role and meaning of science and technology in contemporary culture and how it assists in and influences cultural decision-making. He is a senior and co-principal investigator on National Science Foundation funded multi-disciplinary research teams investigating the broader impacts, societal implications, and role of images in nanoscience/technology. Robinson teaches 3D and digital imaging in the Department of Art at the University of South Carolina, but is spending the Spring 2009 living and working in Pisa, Italy. His work over the years has ranged from the early use of computers in the arts to laser installations, aviation and space development, scientific exploration, and complex drawings of digital spaces. Robinson crosses the two cultures and exhibits, writes, and presents at national and international venues and conferences in the arts and sciences.

5 pictures, last one added on Jan 14, 2009

Frances Geesin 2008

Dr. Frances Geesin is Reader in Textiles & Materials at The London College of Fashion, University of the Arts, London. She is a researcher / textile artist and Artistic Advisor to the Institute of Nanotechnology and (Hon FIoN). In 2003 she was awarded The Arts Foundation Fellowship for Textile Design. Her research into conductive fibres and materials were incorporated in a collaborative project with the ‘Design for Life’ team at Brunel University facilitating a ‘Talking Waistcoat’ for the disabled. This was followed by a three-year consultancy with Philips Research where her discoveries laid the foundations for their work with wearable electronics. The electroplating of textiles has become her signature and with her partner Ron Geesin they made three interactive sound and light textile panels for The Challenge of Materials Gallery at the Science Museum. She has exhibited and lectured in the UK, Europe and Japan: the exhibitions 'Revelation - Textile artists addressing issues’ and 'Through The Surface' both toured the UK concluding at the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto; ‘Artists at Work - New Technology in Textile and Fibre Art’, Prato, Italy; She is currently working with scientists exploring Nanotechnology, exhibiting and interpreting their electron microscopic images, contributing through her practice to demystifying nano science.

5 pictures, last one added on Jan 21, 2009

Elena Lucia Constantinescu 2008

I am a scientist in cellular biology domain. I have come to digital art after many years of working with the microscope in my lab. I was always fascinated by the spectacular microworld and, using the image processing software for my micrographs, I was astonished by the countless posibilites offered by digital technology to turn the photos into artistic images. And I started to draw…

3 pictures, last one added on Jan 12, 2009

Philip Brun Del Re 2008

I am a junior at Western Michigan University, currently working on completing my Bachelor of Arts in Fine Art. This summer I plan on studying abroad and acquiring knowledge of how different societies act and react with one another. I am interested in a multitude of scientific theories in relation to metaphysics, anthropology, and psychology. The image I have entered deals with some of these concepts and challenges the way and scale in which we view uncommon or unidentifiable images.

1 pictures, last one added on Dec 22, 2008

David Hylton 2008

David Hylton is a Southern-California based digital artist and his work has been exhibited in numerous international, national and regional exhibitions. His work has been featured in such exhibitions as the Siggraph Traveling Art Show (Ecole du Louvre, Salon d¢ Automne, and the Cite des Sciences et de l¢Industrie in Paris, France and the Cleveland Museum of Art, USA), PX3: Prix de la Photographie, Beecher Center Digital Art Exhibition at the Butler Institute of American Art; Field of Vision: Extremes, Institute for New Media, Frankfurt, Germany; The Ultimate Eye Foundation; InterFaces New Media Art Exhibit, National Art Gallery of Malaysia; The Melbourne Digital Fringe Festival at the Melbourne Museum of Art; M.I.A.D. Venado Tuerto International Exhibition, Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, Argentina and Digitally Propelled Ideas. In addition, his artwork has been included in The History of Computer Graphics and Digital Art Project. Hylton is an Associate Professor at California Polytechnic State University, Pomona.

5 pictures, last one added on Jan 14, 2009

Renata Spiazzi 2008

Born in Italy, I have been involved in the arts all my life. Moved to the States in 1952, taught at the San Diego Community Colleges all the arts and crafts and when I retired I was introduced to the computer. When I discovered the potential of the digital tool I decided that I did not want to do an oil painting, a watercolor of even a wood cut. I wanted to take advantage of what the computer had to offer. Fascinated by filters, and then fractal programs, I started making compositions using the non objective images given to me by fractals fragments and a new world opened up for me. I am completely taken by fractals now, and I compare my compositions to music. It is not what it looks like, but what it makes you feel when you look at it!

5 pictures, last one added on Jan 13, 2009

Carol Cooper 2008

Carol Cooper is a Digital Fine Artist based in Northern Ontario, Canada and has been creating art digitally since 2001. She incorporates many facets of mathematical art, "Fractals & Geometric forms", as well as abstract elements into her works. Carol is not afraid of bold colour, and is known to use it with wild abandon.

5 pictures, last one added on Jan 08, 2009

Eva Lewarne 2008

Born in Poland and living presently in Canada, graduate of OCAD, she has always painted and photographed interesting scenes and places. When she learned Photoshop she could really play with her art..including painting, photos and digital manipulations. In the last few of years, she has received a Medal from France in a Painting Festival in Avignon (Grand Prix). Everything interests Eva, especially how life, art and technology can live happily together...

3 pictures, last one added on Jan 14, 2009

Teja Krasek 2008

Matjuska Teja Krasek holds a B.A. degree in painting from Arthouse - College for Visual Arts, Ljubljana, and is a freelance artist who lives and works in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Her theoretical as well as practical work is especially focused on symmetry as a linking concept between art and science, on filling a plane with geometrical shapes, especially those constituting Penrose tilings. The author's interest is focused on the shapes' inner relations, on the relations between the shapes and between them and a regular pentagon. Krasek's artworks also illustrate certain properties as golden mean relations, selfsimilarity, ten- and fivefold symmetry, Fibonacci sequence, inward infinity and perceptual ambiguity. She employs contemporary computer technology as well as classical painting techniques.

3 pictures, last one added on Jan 15, 2009



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