October 2003
Surface Design Journal;Fall2003, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p22
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The article discusses the works of Joan Truckenbrod, an internationally recognized pioneer in digital art. Her work involves a series of digitally printed fiber installations, animated by wind currents and video projections and amplified by sound. The work is claimed as an artist's effort to materialize the undulating resonance perceived beneath the specifics of physical reality. Truckenbrod creates computer software programs based on algebraic formulas to produce algorithmic art. Information on the media and techniques used by the artist in her works is provided.


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