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1 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Brief history of computer animation. Computer graphics innovators, contributors and research centers Ivan Sutherland John Whitney Larry Cuba Charles Scuri David Em Yoichiro Kawaguchi Karl Sims

2 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC 1965 Georg Nees and Frieder Nake exhibited »Computer Graphic – Programs« Stuttgart gallery of Wendelin Niedlich A. Michael Noll and Bela Julesz showed »Computer Generated Pictures« Howard Wise’s New York gallery London Institute for Contemporary Arts, »Cybernetic Serendipity«, curated by Jasia Reichardt »Tendencije 4 – Computers and Visual Research« Zagreb a Computer Art Society has been formed in London The beginning of computer graphics as art

3 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b Ivan Sutherland is considered by many to be the creator of Computer Graphics. Starting with his Ph.D. thesis, Sketchpad, Sutherland has contributed numerous ideas to the study of Computer Graphics and Computer Interaction. Ivan introduced concepts such as 3-D computer modeling, visual simulations, computer aided design (CAD) and virtual reality.

4 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b B.S. from Carnegie-Mellon University 1960 M.S. from California Institute of Technology 1963 Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1963 Thesis dissertation "Sketchpad: A Man Machine Graphical Communication System“

5 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b a groundbreaking interactive computer-aided design system MIT's Lincoln Laboratory on a TX-2 computer defined a GUI (Graphical User Interface) computer-aided drafting (CAD) human-computer interaction object oriented programming hierarchical drawings constraint-satisfaction methods Sketchpad

6 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b Hierarchy – pictures and sub-pictures Constraints Icons Copying Light Pen as input device Recursive operations Sketchpad

7 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b Sketchpad

8 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b Sketchpad

9 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b the light pen was used to draw directly on the computer's monitor and incorporated graphical user interface techniques such as rubber-banding of lines and zooming rubber-banded lines could be constrained to always intersect at a precise angle an advanced memory architecture was developed that allowed the creation of master objects and "instances" which were very memory efficient copies of the masters the master-instance concept allowed the creation of a master drawing and then duplicates to be created which would inherit properties of the objects in the master drawing unless they were locally changed if the master drawing was changed then the changes would automatically be propogated through the instances in any duplicates. Sketchpad

10 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b director of the Information Processing Techniques office of the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) guided computer research across the United States particularly in the areas of timesharing and artificial intelligence 1968 joined colleague David Evans to build a center of computer graphics research at the University of Utah 1968 Evans and Sutherland Computer Corporation chairman of computer science at the California Institute of Technology Evans & Sutherland

11 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b Evans & Sutherland produces hardware and software to create highly realistic visual images for simulation, training, engineering, and other applications throughout the world. E&S visual systems are used in both military and commercial systems, as well as planetariums and interactive theaters. Since its formation in 1968, E&S has developed and built the most extensive visual simulation technology base in the world. The company's depth in technology and experience uniquely positions E&S to provide complete, tailored visual solutions for virtually any simulation or visualization application. Evans & Sutherland

12 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b computer graphics military training and simulation digital projection environments abandoned barracks on the university of Utah grounds Jim Clark, who started Silicon Graphics Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar John Warnock of Adobe Evans & Sutherland

13 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b s formed a partnership wit Rediffusion, a UK-based flight simulator company to design and build digital flight simulators Evans & Sutherland

14 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b s Digital Theater division to create immersive mass-audience experiences at planetariums, visitor attractions and similar education and entertainment venues Digital Theater system installed in upwards of 60 venues worldwide and 1989 supercomputer vendor Evans & Sutherland

15 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Ivan Sutherland b vice president of the small consulting firm Sutherland, Sproull and Associates which Sun acquired in 1990 to form the basis of its Research Laboratory. Currently vice president and fellow at Sun Microsystems 1988 ACM Turing Award 1986 the IEEE Emanuel R. Piore Award 1998 the IEEE John von Neumann Medal Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering. Evans & Sutherland

16 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) "My computer program is like a piano. I could continue to use it creatively all my life." Father of Computer Graphics

17 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) studies in music and photography Pomona College in California England Paris 1950's commercial work for Hollywood 1955 director of animation at UPA studios Partnership with Saul Bass for opening title sequence for the Alfred Hitchcock film Vertigo 1957 worked with Charles Eames to presentation for the Fuller Dome in Moscow 1960 company "Motion Graphics Incorporated" Produced motion-picture and television sequences and commercials with an analogue computer.

18 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( )

19 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) Most of the work completed at Motion Graphics was created with a "mechanical analog computer for specialized animation with typography and concrete design" that Whitney himself invented. The analogue computer that Whitney started off with was created from machinery that was used for an M-5 Antiaircraft Gun Director. Later, some of the M-5 components were replaced with those from an M-7, a more sophisticated machine, to create a gigantic twelve foot high analogue computer which Motion Graphics used to produce its work.

20 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( )

21 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) 1966 IBM awarded John Whitney its first "artist in residence" status to explore the aesthetic potentials of computer graphics 1961 Catalogue

22 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) Lapis James Whitney

23 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) 1968 Permutations Music: Indian tabla music by Balachandra on 16mm prints

24 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) 1975Arabesque grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and IBM sponsorship Music: Manoocheher Sadeghi

25 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) RDTD (Radius-Differential Theta Differential "synthesizer for the future" Developed with Jack Citron was the tool for audio-visual composition.

26 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 John Whitney ( ) John Whitney ( ) 80's exploration of digital harmony "a special relationship between musical and visual design." Moon drum series of 12 works based on Native American ceremonial art Navajo Hopi Kwakiutl Oxaquitl Chaco Chapala

27 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Larry Cuba b.1950 California Institute of the Arts mainframe computers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab currently an artist-in-residence at the Institute for Visual Media of the ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany

28 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Larry Cuba b.1950 My work is not a part of that race for the flashiest, zoomiest, most chrome, most glass, most super-rendered image. My interest is experimental animation as the design of form in motion, independent of any particular technology used to create it.

29 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Larry Cuba b First Fig 6 minute 16mm, Color

30 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Larry Cuba b Arabesque by John Whitney AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006

31 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Larry Cuba b /78 (Objects and Transformations) 6 minutes 16mm Kazu Matsui Shakuhachi (the Japanese bamboo flute) Created in Chicago with Tom DeFanti's Graphic Symbiosis System (GRASS)

32 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Larry Cuba b Two Space 8 minutes 16mm, B/W programming language RAP at the Los Angeles firm Information International

33 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Larry Cuba b.1950 In Two Space he orchestrated positive and negative space to give the sense of the dynamic interaction between two dancing forces, one visible and one invisible. Two dimensional patterns, like the tile patterns of Islamic temples, are generated by performing a set of symmetry operations (translations, rotations, and reflections) upon a basic figure or tile. Two Space consists of twelve such patterns produced using each of nine different animating figures (12 x 9 = 108 total). Rendered in stark black and white, the patterns produce optical illusions of figure-ground reversal and afterimages of color. Gamelan music from the classical tradition of Java adds to the mesmerizing effect.

34 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Larry Cuba b Calculated Movements 6 minutes 16mm, B/W produced at Cuba's studio in Santa Cruz on the Datamax UV-1 personal computer with Tom DeFanti's Zgrass graphics language.

35 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Charles A. Csuri Charles A. Csuri 1922 Charles A. Csuri is an artist and computer graphics pioneer Professor, at The Ohio State University exhibited his paintings in New York City 1964 experimented with computer graphics technology 1965 began creating computer animated films 1968 his work was highlighted in the exhibition Cybernetic Serendipity held at The Institute for Contemporary Art, London, England His research activity in computer animation and graphics has received international recognition and acclaim.

36 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Charles A. Csuri Charles A. Csuri 1922 With support from the National Science Foundation, the Navy, and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, he directed basic research in computer graphics for over 22 years. This research activity involved 15 major projects and over eight million dollars. The results of the research have been applied to flight simulators, computer-aided design, visualization of scientific phenomena, magnetic resonance imaging, education for the deaf, architecture, and special effects for television and films.

37 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Charles A. Csuri Charles A. Csuri 1922

38 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Charles A. Csuri Charles A. Csuri 1922

39 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Charles A. Csuri Charles A. Csuri 1922

40 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Charles A. Csuri Charles A. Csuri 1922

41 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 David Em (USA) 1953 started as a painter 1974 began to experiment with electronic manipulations of TV images. This led to his involvement with the Xerox Research PARC in Palo Alto and to collaboration with computer graphics pioneers Alvy Ray Smith and Dick Shoup, inventor of the frame buffer.

42 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 David Em (USA) had access to equipment at Triple-I, set up by Gary Demos and John Whitney Sr., but it was the introduction to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the research work of pioneer James Blinn that led to Em's mature computer art style. The works produced at JPL led to the first ever artist's monograph published on digital art (The Art of David Em, published by Harry N. Abrams)

43 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 David Em (USA) 1953

44 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 David Em (USA) 1953

45 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 David Em (USA) 1953

46 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 David Em (USA) 1953

47 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 My pieces are being carried out on a paradigm that "growth model is created by the recursive structure of the self-organization, thus being the fruit of complexed form of evolutional cells.“ Yoichiro Kawaguchi

48 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring born on on Tanegashima Island first computer images degree in Visual Communication and Design from the Kyushu Institute of Design received his Master of Fine Arts from Tokyo University of Education a regular participant in the Siggraph events involved in research work for High Definition TV (HDTV). Associate Professor of Computer Graphics Art at Art & Science Lab, Department of Art, Nippon Electronics College, Tokyo. Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952

49 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 an algorythm-backed complex that builds and generates forms via its recursive structure. By running a genetic program, the computer creates images of new forms that, although not real, are abstractions of a distinctly organic nature. The "GROTH Model" is a way to give an unforeseen form to the progress of time. The model is not intended to create or a faithful representations of reality but to produce a new bionomic pictorial space backed by an algorithm. It is a "life form of probability." “Growth model”

50 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Pollen 1975 Lines 1976 Ecology 1976 Shell 1976 Grown 1977 Tentacle 1980 Horn 1981 Tendril 1981 Fern 1982 Growth 1983 Zooid 1984 Morthogenesis 1984 Origin 1985 Ocean 1986 Cosmo 1987 Float 1987 Filmography Tempter 1988 Embryo 1988 Flora 1989 Eggy 1990 Festival 1991 Mutation 1992 Cell 1993 Coacervater 1994 Gigalopolis 1995 Neurar 1996 Paradise 1997 Fossy 1999 Wriggon 1999 Nebular 2000 Gemotion 2001

51 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Pollen 1975

52 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Ecology 1976

53 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Shell 1976

54 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Grown 1977

55 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Tentacle 1980

56 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Horn 1981

57 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Tendril 1981

58 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Growth 1983

59 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Zooid 1984

60 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Morthogenesis 1984

61 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Origin 1985

62 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Ocean 1986

63 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Embryo 1988

64 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Flora 1989

65 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Eggy 1990

66 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Festival 1991

67 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Mutation 1992 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006

68 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Cell 1993 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006

69 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Gemotion 2001 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006

70 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Yoichiro Kawaguchib 1952 Yoichiro Kawaguchi b 1952 Gemotion 2002 SIGGRAPH AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006

71 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006

72 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring SB in biology MIT Ph.D computer graphics at the MIT Media Lab MacArthur Fellowship, awarded for "extraordinary originality and dedication in creative pursuits“ by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur foundation. He currently leads GenArts, Inc. in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he creates special effects software for the motion picture industry.

73 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring GenArts, Inc. is a premier provider of visual special effects software for the film and video industry. Our Sapphire Plug-ins extend the capabilities of editing and effects workstations by providing digital artists with a collection of over 175 state-of-the-art image processing and synthesis effects.

74 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Uses genetic algorithms to obtain new solutions to tangible problems, develops graphic representations of those solutions, and uses those graphics to teach the principles of biological selection. His work and research include several computer graphics animations and interactive media installations as well as technical papers on his work about virtual creatures and interactive evolution. He has exhibited in several venues such as ICC Tokyo, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, and Ars Electronica, Linz. He has received a MacArthur Fellowship and numerous other awards for his work.

75 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring MacArthur Fellowship 1998 Award for Video Math, Berlin Video Math Festival, Berlin 1997 Motorola Imaginology Award, Interactive Media Festival 1997 Creativity Award, Interactive Media Festival 1993 Special Prize of the Jury, Imagina 1993, Monte Carlo 1993 First Place Award for Technology, National Computer Graphics Association 1993 Video Theater [USA]; International Competition Prize Winner, 6th Berlin Video Festival 1992 Grand Prize, Golden Nica Animation Award, Ars Electronica 1992 Grand Prize for Art & Entertainment, NICOGRAPH First Prize for Art, Images du Futur 6th International Computer Animation Competition

76 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Locomotion Studies 1987 Animated walking stick creatures and inch worms. Inner View, 1989 Animations utilizing 3D Volume Rendering. Burning Logos, 1989 Collection of animated fire simulations created using particle systems techniques. Excerpts from Leonardo's Deluge, 1989 Demonstration of choreographed image flow techniques.

77 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Particle Dreams, 1988 Animated waterfall, snowstorm, and explosion, created with particle systems techniques.

78 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Panspermia, 1990 Animation depicting a life cycle of an inter-galactic botanical life form.

79 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Primordial Dance, 1991 Animated sequences created using automatic morphing between "evolved" images.

80 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Liquid Selves, 1992 Computer animation of human forms and faces, produced for Art Futura and "Memory Palace“ at the World Fair in Spain.

81 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring 2006 Evolved Virtual Creatures, 1994 Demonstration of research results show simulated block creatures performing various evolved behaviors.

82 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring Genetic Images media installation in which visitors can interactively "evolve“ abstract still images. A supercomputer generates and displays 16 images on an arc of screens. Visitors stand on sensors in front of the most aesthetically pleasing images to select which ones will survive and reproduce to make the next generation. It has been exhibited at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, Ars Electronica, Linz, and the Interactive Media Festival, Los Angeles.

83 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring Galapagos an interactive installation which allows viewers to apply aesthetic criteria to animated figures, determining which survive to reproduce a demonstration akin to nature's mechanism of sexual selection. on permanent exhibit at the Intercommunications Center, an electronic arts museum in Tokyo.

84 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring Galapagos

85 AD Seminar in Contemporary Theory | Fall 2006 | Daria Tsoupikova | School of Art and Design | UIC Karl Simsb 1962 Karl Sims b 1962 AD Advanced Electronic Visualization and Critique | Spring Galapagos

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