CONTENTS

Papers

page 13

Abir Acharjee

UK, Bartlett School of Graduate Studies,University College London

Optimised Paneling Solution

 

page 32

Alec Groysman

Israel, ORT Braude College of Engineering, Karmiel

Use of Art Media in Engineering and Scientific Education

 

page 47

Alison Clifford

UK, University of the West of Scotland/ Glasgow School of Art

Palimpsest: Articulating the Interstitial

 

page 57

Anastasios Maragiannis

UK, University of Greenwich

How to be Creative: Collaboration in Web 2.0 community with or without text

 

page 68

Anthony Viscardi

US, Lehigh University

Play-tech-tonics

 

page 78

Ben Baruch Blich

Israel, Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design History and Theory, Jerusalem

Design and Architecture as a philosophical question

 

page 88

Benjamin Busch, Georg Ladurner

Germany, University of Stuttgart

Adaptive Structure: A Modular System for Generative Architecture

 

page 99

Brian Evans

US, University of Alabama, Dept. of Art & Art History

A Substrate for Creativity

 

page 110

Brigid Burke

Australia, University of Tasmania

The Process of Integrating Poly-media in Blooms and Death

 

page 126

Celestino Soddu

Italy, Politecnico di Milano University

Generative Baroque Algorithms

 

page 141

Daria Migotina, Carlos Isidoro, Agostinho Rosa

Portugal, Technical University of Lisbon

Brain art: abstract visualization of sleeping brain

 

page 154

Daniela Sirbu, V.Sirbu

Canada, University of Lethbridge, University of Alberta

A Framework for Artificial Creativity in Visual Arts

 

page 167

Dmitry Weise

Russia, International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry

Phyllotactic representation of calendars

 

page 179

Enrica Colabella

Italy, Politecnico di Milano University

Generative Art Philosophy, Ars Artium

 

page 194

Florian J. Gruber

Austria, Vienna University of Technology

Conceptual framework for generative design

 

page 206

Gaganjit Singh & Mario Verdicchio

India, Italy, Indian Researcher, University of Bergamo

A Web-based Survey to Evaluate the Aesthetic Impact of the Golden Ratio

 

page 217

James Basson

UK, Greenwich University England.

How to walk through walls! Generative solution to naturalistic planting design

 

page 226

Jean-Paul Courchia, Guigui Sarah, Righini Maud, Courchia Benjamin, Courchia

Emmanuel

France, Israel, US, Saint Josephs Hospital, Dpt of Ophthalmology, Marseille; Ben

Gurion University, Israel; Yeshiva University, New York. USA

The work is the artist

 

page 230

Jennifer Galanis, Martin Ehler

Israel, Germany, Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Helmholtz Zentrum Munich

Disorder Disguised as Order

 

page 241

Jian You Li

Taiwan, Italy, Politecnico di Milano University

The  Combination  of  Generative  Design  and  RP  Technology  enable  the

Individual Manufacturing

 

page 253

Karina MoraesZarzar

The Netherlands, Independent Architect

Dutch FUSION Architecture: Regionalism or Globalism?

 

page 267

Kevin McGuire

Canada, independent

A Turing Test for Generative Art

 

page 274

Laurel Johannesson

Canada, University of Calgary Computational Media Design

Acqua Vellutata Sospesa

 

page 287

Marcin Brzezicki

Poland, Wroclaw University of Technology, ,Department of Architecture

Designers controlled and randomly generated moir patterns in architecture

 

page 301

Marie-Pascale Corcuff

France, ENSAB, GRIEF

Territories, boundaries, and connections

 

page 319

Michael Burt

Israel Technion, Israel Institute of Technology

Periodic  3-d  networks  and  sponge  surfaces  and  the  associated  space phenomenology. morphological fundamentals of 3-d space theory

 

page 331

Miguel Carvalhais

Portugal, Universidade do Porto

A perspective on Perspective and the genesis of generative narrative

 

page 342

Milena Stavric, Slavik Jablan

Austria, Serbia, Graz University of Technology, The Mathematical Institute, Belgrade

Advanced geometry of modular tiles

 

page 357

Oday q. Abduqader, Omar Adil Sabah, Bisam Ehessan Alhafiz

Iraq, University of Mosul College of engineering, Architectural dept. Shape

Reconstruction

Study of alternative typologies of shaps

 

page 369

Peiman Amini Behbahani

Iran, Architect & Researcher

DeGRaM: Using chess-like settings as a design space for generative art and design

 

page 382

Peter Beyls

Belgium, University College Ghent, School of Arts

Found systems as glitch culture

 

page 393

Philip Galanter

US           Texas A&M University

An artists perspective on minimalism, complexity, and generative art

 

page 403

Philipp Rhe Hansen Schlichting

Germany, Muthesius Kunsthochschule Kiel

About a special relationship: abstract art - aesthetics - mathematics

 

page 413

Robert Spahr

US, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Toward a Pedagogy of Generative Art

 

page 422

Ryuji Takaki

Japan, Kobe Design University, Graduate School of Design Research

Educational system of science art for students of art and design

 

page 435

Tatsuo Unemi

Japan, Soka University

SBArt4 as Automatic Art and Live Performance Tool

 

page 447

Vesna Dragojlov, Hussein s. Abdulah, Oday Q. abdulqader

US,  Iraq,  University  of  Advancing  Technology,  Multimedia  Department,  Arizona; University of Mosul

Applicatioof  the  art  and  architecture  principles  in  the  design  of  spatial models

 

page 465

Yeeun Yang, Boram Park, Moonryul Jung

Korea, Sogang University, School of Media, Art Technology, Seoul

Artificial Creatures from Biological Development and Evolution

 

 

Posters, Short Papers, Insallations, Artworks, Live-Performances

 

page 476

Andre' Rangel, Miguel Carvalhais, Pedro Tudela

Portugal, Universidade Catlica, Porto

OAV, Multimodal Object

 

page 477

Angela Ferraiolo

US, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

Subway

 

page 478

Asghar Fahimi-Far

Iran, University of Tarbiat Modares, Tehran

Painted tile work in the Tekkiyeh Muaven ul- Mulk in Kermanshah

 

page 491

Anna URSYN

US, University of Northern Colorado, School of Art and Design

Computer Art, Nano Art, Programmed Art

 

page 492

Brian Evans

US, University of Alabama, Dept. of Art & Art History

A Substrate for Creativity

 

page 493

Brigid Burke

Australia, University of Tasmania

The Process of Integrating Poly-media in Blooms and Death

 

page 494

Clice Mazzilli

Brazil, University of Sao Paulo

Poetics of generative cartograph

 

page 503

Celestino Soddu

Italy, Politecnico di Milano

Generative Architecture Students Posters

 

page 504

Celestino Soddu

Italy, Politecnico di Milano

Generative Baroque Architecture d'apres Borromini in the Rome of Piranesi

 

page 505

Enrica Colabella, Celestino Soddu Italy, Politecnico di Milano University Generative Architecture Students Posters

 

page 506

Gabriel Maldonado

Italy, independent musician

Flight

 

page 507

Davide Madeddu

Italy, University of Cagliari

Interactive facade optimized for daylighting and pedestrian response using a genetic algorithm and an artificial neural network

 

page 514

Filippo Pozzoli

Italy, Politecnico di Milano University

Generative musical metamorpohosis for a musical architecture

 

page 515

Costantino Rizzuti

Italy, Conservatorio S. Giacomantonio Cosenza

Euristica

 

page 516

Laurence Gartel

US, independent artist

35 years of digital art

 

page 517

Grgoire Davy

BIPMAT 3.0

 

page 518

Jason M. Reizner

Germany, Bauhaus-Universitt Weimar

Walls Have Ears

 

page 519

Laurel Johannesson

Canada, University of Calgary Computational Media Design

Acqua Vellutata Sospesa

 

page 520

Małgorzata Dancewicz, Wojciech Benicewicz, Krzysztof Pawlik

Poland, INIRE

Dante's Songs 2.011

 

page 521

Massimo Gasperini

Italy, artist

Spira Mirabilis

 

page 522

Matteo Codignola

Italy, Arup

Generative algorithms as engine for creativity: digital visions

 

page 523

Mehrdad Garousi

Iran, independent artist

Sierpinski dream

 

page 524

Michael Burt

Israel,Technion, Israel Institute of Technology

Bridging the Messina straits

 

page 532

Miri Weiss Cohen, Einat Leader

Israel, Braude College of Engineering, Kermiel; Bezalel Academy of Art and Design Jerusalem

An Intelligent Learning Design Support System for Jewelry features

 

page 533

Penny Feuerstein

US, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Department of Art and Technology

Trees on path, trees

 

page 539

Philip Galanter

US, Texas A&M University

:ChromaVox

 

page 540

Pierre Pepin

US,  Jordan,  NYIT  NEW  YORK  Amman,  Jordan  Department  of  Fine  Art  and

Computer Graphics

Become a part of machine

 

page 541

Robert Spahr

US, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Red Queen's Race (surveillance machine)

 

page 542

Tatsuo Unemi

Japan, Soka University

SBArt4 as Automatic Art and Live Performance Tool

 

page 543

Yoshiyuki Abe Japan, Artist, Tokyo N220, N230, N240