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Color Plate A.

Janine Randerson, detail of Anemocinegraph, video projections, speakers, perspex screens, installed at University of Waikato, 2006. (© Janine Randerson) The installation uses remote satellite images of New Zealand's weather patterns, surface observations of "eddies" in clouds and water, and sounds from a micro-meteorological weather station.

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Color Plate B.

Richard Monkhouse, Spectron sequence. (© Richard Monkhouse) See article by Chris Meigh-Andrews.

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Color Plate C.

Peter Donebauer, stills from Merging-Emerging, 1978. (© Peter Donebauer) See article by Chris Meigh-Andrews.

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Color Plate D.

stagno/van der straeten, 0-24 Licht, installation at Haus der Forschung, Vienna. (© stagno/van der straeten) Top: Heliostat and mirror on the roof of Haus der Forschung. Visible in the mirror is sunlight hitting the skyports 25 meters below. Bottom: Sunlight emerges from the fiber optic cables.

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Color Plate E.

Frieder Nake, 30/3/65 Nr. 3, China ink on paper, 30 × 20 cm, 1965. (© Frieder Nake) The graphic is signed "NAKE/ER56/Z64," indicating the collaboration of Frieder Nake, the computer Standard Elektrik Lorenz (SEL) ER56 and the drawing table Zuse-Graphomat Z64. Due to the small amount of memory of the ER56, the program package was very sophisticated. The program schema is documented in Ref. [9] of Christoph Klütsch's article in this issue.

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Color Plate F.

Paul Sermon, The Teleporter Zone, 2005. (© Paul Sermon. Photo © Paul Tyagi.) Installations located in the outpatient waiting area of the Evelina Children's Hospital in London.

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Color Plate G.

Werner Heisenberg, Festung Marienburg, Germany, watercolor painting, circa 1912. (Courtesy of Martin Heisenberg) See article by Robert Root-Bernstein.


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Color Plate H.

Pery Burge, New Symmetries, photograph, 2006. (© Pery Burge) A new radial spread, center, has an axisymmetrical mass of yellow ink forming networks. Around it two older spreads transform into 3D polyhedra made from a wide variety of shapes. For more examples and a discussion of networks like these, see <www.chronoscapes.co.uk>.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1530-9282
Print ISSN
0024-094X
Pages
pp. 449-456
Launched on MUSE
2007-10-04
Open Access
No
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