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2018 Audiograms Calendar

Print, 2017

This limited edition calendar was designed by and produced by Amy and Nathan Selikoff. Each month features an audiogram from our 2016 circumnavigation around the northern hemisphere, notated with the nature of the sound, the name of the place, and the latitude and longitude where the sound was recorded. Listen to the sounds that created […] View Details »

Audiograms

Interactive Software Art, Print,

Audiograms are visual encodings of one minute field recordings from my travels around the world. An Audiogram is a message from me to you, and from me to me - an artifact of remembrance, of being somewhere, of what it was like to be there at a particular place and time, and to listen. View Details »

Dance Variations

Print, 2016

A dance of a billion particles—abstract forms of bright white swirl over a vibrant blue background, perhaps mimicking smoke, liquid in suspension, or sheer fabric. View Details »

Suspensions 6 & 7

Print, 2014

Appearing as a subtly shaded pencil or charcoal drawing, these black and white generative forms hang in a virtual space. View Details »

Process Prints

Print, 2014

Black and white prints with an architectural elegance, derived from mathematical equations. View Details »

Alluvial Fan II

Print, 2011

Sweeping, organic forms resemble an aerial view of a mathematical river delta. View Details »

Sprites

Print, 2011

Intriguing lightning creatures hidden in the infinite possibilities of strange attractor space. View Details »

Double Pendulum

Interactive Sculpture, Print, Public Art Installation, 2008

Glowing, double pendulums exhibit the art and science of chaotic behavior. View Details »

Apparition

Print, 2008

A ghostly, glowing form reminiscent of sandstone canyons. View Details »

Sign Language

Print, 2008

Sweeping, organic forms resemble an aerial view of a mathematical river delta. View Details »

Tiled Faces

Print, 2007

Faces emerge from the chaos in a grid of images that visualize a four-dimensional parameter space. View Details »

Owl King

Print, 2007

What do you see? An owl, spider, space ship… something else? View Details »

Chinese Warrior

Print, 2007

The smiling face of a Chinese warrior above his broad-shouldered armor, or a mustachioed warrior with a fanciful hat? View Details »

Death Mask 1

Print, 2007

With a gaping, leering mouth, this image evokes tribal customs surrounding death or spiritual forces. View Details »

Death Mask 2

Print, 2007

With a fractured skull-like form, this image evokes tribal customs surrounding death or spiritual forces. View Details »

Chinese Dragon

Print, 2007

The sweeping forms of this strange attractor outline an abstract face that reminds me of the head of a Chinese dragon kite. View Details »

Helios

Print, 2007

Glimpse the blazing, whirling interior of a mathematical sun. View Details »

Star Birth

Print, 2007

Virtual stars are born in the algorithmic expanse of this image, colored like a Hubble Space Telescope photograph. View Details »

Trefoil

Print, 2007

A delicate kite-like form drifts up towards you on unseen mathematical currents. View Details »

Butterfly Effect

Print, 2007

An homage to Lorenz's explanation of the nature of chaos. View Details »

Society of Stickpeople Prints

Print, 2006

Digital chronophotography captures the evolution of an entire society in one frame. View Details »

Dance

Print, 2006

A dance of a billion particles—abstract forms of bright rusty orange swirl over a cyan background, perhaps mimicking smoke, liquid in suspension, or sheer fabric. View Details »

Suspensions

Print, 2004

Appearing as a subtly shaded pencil or charcoal drawing, these black and white generative forms hang in a virtual space. View Details »

Aesthetic Explorations

Print, 2004

A 4x4 matrix representing a small portion of the parameter space of Pickover attractors. View Details »

Wave

Print, 2004

Like Hokusai, with pixels instead of paint. View Details »

Ice

Print, 2003

Dendritic form generated by math equations and custom software. View Details »