Gordon Monro

Digital Media Artist

Picocosm 8
Picocosm 8. Digital print for lightbox, 42 x 59 cm. From the Nanocosm prints.
Click to reveal textWork in the Flanagan Art Prize, Ballarat

I have a new abstract work in the Flanagan Art Prize, St Patrick's College, Ballarat.

Where: Old Collegians' Pavilion, at the rear of St Patrick's College, 1431 Sturt Street Ballarat, VIC 3350.

Web: http://www.stpats.vic.edu.au/en/students-parents-staff/music-and-performing-arts/flanagan-art-exhibition/

Opening: Friday 25 August 2017, 7pm. Entry by ticket, available via the web page above.

Dates of the show: 26, 27 August and 2, 3 September, 11am - 4pm. Free entry.

Click to reveal textExhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat

I currently have an exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat; the opening is now past, but the work remains up until September 10th. It consists largely of real-time projections of my work Nanocosm; the work evolves over the course of the exhibition.

Where: Art Gallery of Ballarat, 40 Lydiard St (North), Ballarat. The Gallery is very close to Ballarat Railway station.

Dates of the show: Saturday 29th July to Sunday 10th September. The Gallery is open seven days a week, 10am to 5pm. Gallery website.

Click to reveal textTwo items on my art at www.generativeart.com

Two items by me have become available on websites run under the auspices of Celestino Soddu from the Generative Design lab of Politecnico di Milano University, Milan. These arose from my participation in the 2016 Generative Art conference, held in Florence in December 2016.

  1. On my work Nanocosm: A short abstract followed by a fairly informal paper on the mathematics underlying Nanocosm. To reach this, go to generativeart.com, and in the column at left click on "19 GA2016 papers". Then scroll down until you come to "Artworks"; my paper is the second entry.
  2. A short video presentation (12 minutes) about evolutionary generative art, under the title "Evolutionary art: DNA and selection", at www.gasathj.com/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=63.

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