Professor of Mathematics, Long Island University, Brookville, NY, USA
"Our campus ran a conference last year whose theme was 'My Work and my Play'.
One of the best aspects of the Math-Art connection is that I can say 'my work
is my play and my play is my work'. I like to write computer programs which
experiment with visualizing almost any mathematical concept and imitating structures
found in nature."
2007, digital print, 18" x 16" (framed)
2007, digital print, 17" x 16" (framed)
“ Sierpinski Triangle Eroding ”
In my Bridges paper I describe an animation made by changing the parameters in
an Iterated Function System. In the animation the Sierpinski Triangle gradually
erodes into other fractals, some resembling fractal flowers.
2008, digital print, 12" x 12" (framed)
“ Kaleidoscope ”
A frame from a kaleidoscope program written in Flash.
2006, digital print, 14" x 12" (framed)
“ Orbits ”
Orbits of points obtained by iterating f(z) = z² + c