30 Computers on Other Sites
30 Computers in the News: Stories, Blogs, and TrackBacks
- Computer viruses, literally Today Science Institute - Brazil, October 15, 2012
- Viruses at Artomatic 2012, Virology Blog, by Vincent Racaniello, Plus Other Viral Art
- School of Things, A blog about learning by Jon Nicholls, Director of Arts Specialism at Thomas Tallis School, Greenwich, London, UK
- Donna Connor"s A la Carte Green: Creative Genius
- Amanda Holmes Duffy's Blog Irrelevance of Hope: Computer Virus Sculptures/Talk of Burning Man Saturday, July 30, 2011
- ComputerWeekly.com Virus sculptures from computer waste, February 2010
- TWiM 6: Antibacterial therapy with bacteriophage: Reality or fiction? 6 May 2011
- TWIV-This week in Virology #40. Photo of T9 Track Virus is displayed and 30 Computers is mentioned during the webcast about 1:04:00
- MicrobWorld Sculptures of Biological Viruses Using Computer parts
- biophermera-Jessica Palmers blog site: art + biology - everything from representations of science in art and literature to the neuroscience of aesthetics.
- Ehrensenf This is a German Internet Video show - Also on YouTube
- Neatorama Virus Sculptures from Old Computer Parts
- Make Online Dont phage me, bro!
- Gajitz No Trojan Horse: At Viruses Made of Computer Parts
- Switched Man Builds Biological Virus Sculptures from Salvaged PCs by Caleb Johnson
- Creative Waste of California (CWOCA) Bacteria & Viruses & Diseases, Oh My!
- Stuttgarter Zeitung: Glazing A nice collection interesting science and related stories and links. In German. Use GoogleBar to translate.
Art and Artists - Sculptures of Viruses
- Luke Jerram Amazing Biological Viruses in Glass
- Jón Adólf Steinólfsson is a wood sculptor from Iceland and has carved some marvelous sculptures reflecting the intrusion of computer viruses.
- See also a 2005 InfoSecurity article he coauthored with Sarah Hilley. The article reflects on Jón's sculptures and how they "portray the torture inflicted by bugs and viruses on IT security managers."
Science Art, Artists and Organizations
- Joe Davis, the Father of Bio-Art, Heaven+Earth+Joe Davis
- Julian Voss Andreae German-born sculptor based in Portland (Oregon). Starting out as a painter he later changed course and studied physics at the universities of Berlin, Edinburgh and Vienna. In 2000 with his passion for art rekindled in turned to sculpture.
- Intersections of Art, Technology, Science & Culture, Steve Wilson, Professor Conceptual/Information Arts Program Art Department/San Francisco State University
- Michele Banks Science, Biology, Brains Cells in Watercolors
- Jody Rasch, "My artwork combines the mysteries of science with the beauty of art."
- Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. service to the art-sci community
Art and Artists
- George Hart-mathematician and sculptor
- Father Magnus Wenninger "a pioneer in the mathematical art community, whose models of polyhedra have inspired a new generation of mathematical artists"
- Theo Jansen- Dutch Kinetic Artist
- Reuben Margolin, A Bay Area visionary
- Sachiko Kodama, Amazing electromagnetic fluids
- Ernest Neto - Installation Artist
- Hyungsub Shin - Uses electrical wire which can "blur the boundaries between current form and past utility."
- Jennifer Maestre She creates wonderful sculptures with pencils.
- Graham Caldwell Very exciting sculptures
- Charles O. Perry, I think his Eclipse and his Icosaspirale sculptures, both in San Francisco, are fantastic.
- Wendy Ross "A Garden of Unearthly Delights"
- Chris Jordon, Photographer Portraits of American Mass Consumption
- Chas Colburn Sculptor
- Edward S. Johnston "is a visual artist whose work bridges sculpture, photography and 3-D technologies by taking imagery from the environment and manipulating it digitally to be transformed as sculptural objects".
- Amy Youngs "An artist using electronics, kinetics, sound, insects, plants and pixels to create art about the complex relationship between technology and our changing concepts of nature and self."
- Fish Sculptures by Ex-F1 Mechanic Alastair Gibson
- Jeffrey Zachmann Kinetic Sculpture
- Bathsheba 3D printing of geometric shapes
- Doug Chase Several of Doug's sculptures utilize discarded materials including used computer parts
- Sam Spiczka Sculptor based in Minnesota.
- Jeff Chyatte, Sculptor in Welded Metals and Stone. Jeff has some mathematical influences.
Art from Computer Parts and Other Recycled Materials
Materials: Recycle, Reused
Recycling Electronic Components
Groups and Organizations
Math and Trig: Eric Weinstein @ Wolfram
Other Creative Works
Credits and Acknowledgements
- Robert "The Enabler" Cowher - More than anyone else, got this project going
- Greg Garno - Thanks for always helping to move these cumbersome sculptures.
- Mackenzie McCluer - Thanks for designing this wonderful website.