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aLife, 2003
Software, Macintosh G4 PowerBook, and plastic acrylic
Runs Continuously, Never Repeats
aLife is a glimpse into the evolution of six tiny worlds. The worlds are created by the artist in software and are defined through the language of scientific instrumentation with references to microscopic, telescopic and satellite imagery. The software relies on real-time simulation to create compositions that constantly change and don't repeat for billions of years. There is a high degree of integration between the image on the screen and the frame surrounding the screen creating a unique intstrument for visualization.
2006: All Digital, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, OH
2005: John F. Simon, Jr., Alexandria Museum of Art, Alexandria, LA
2004: Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN
New York Show, Opelousas Museum of Art, Opelousas, LA
Beginning Here: 101 Ways, Visual Arts Gallery, SVA, New York, curated by Jerry Saltz
2003: ArtApparatus, Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, New York


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