publications

Ellen Sandor and (art)n have been written about in Chinese, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Swedish, and Spanish, with works published in numerous fine art books, exhibition catalogs, journal proceedings, magazines and syndicated broadcast publications.

"(art)n collaborations are some of the most important in the contemporary art world. Such interdisciplinary collaboration potentiates important educational directions.”

— Donna Cox

     Contributor, Women, Art & Technology

(art)n’s artworks are featured in Chorus of Light: No Fumare, por Favore; Paris in 3D: MATIF Stock Exchange; and Art in Chicago: Equation of Terror.

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Fine Art and Digital Culture Books

Elder, Robert K. and J.C. Gabel, (2022). The Doomsday Clock at 75, Hat & Beard Press, Los Angeles, CA

 

Cox, D., Sandor, E., & Fron, J., Women in New Media Arts: Perspectives on Innovative Collaboration. University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Champaign. (forthcoming)

Lee, Eric McCauley (2004). Selected Works: The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma.

Malloy, Judy (2003). Women, Art & Technology. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Richter, Marianne, et. al., (2003). Union League Club of Chicago Art Collection. Union League Club of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

Wilson, Stephen (2002). Information Arts:  Intersections of Art, Science, and Technology. The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Kushner, Marilyn, (2001). Digital Printmaking Now. Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York.

Sischy, Ingrid (2001). Chorus of Light:  Photographs from the Sir Elton John Collection. Rizzoli, New York, New York.

Reynaud, Françoise, (2000). Paris in 3D:  From the Stereoscope to Virtual Reality 1850-2000. Booth-Clibborn Editions, Paris, France.

Whittemore, Hank (1998). Your Future Self:  A Journey to the Frontiers of Molecular Medicine. Thames & Hudson, New York, New York.

Microsoft Bookshelf Internet Directory '98. Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, Washington.

Iglhaut, Stefan (1997). Photography After Photography:  Memory and Representation in the Digital Age. G & B International, Germany.

Warren, Lynne (1996). Art in Chicago:  1945–1995. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois.

Mattei, Maria Grazia (1996). Oltre Il Villaggio Globale = Beyond the Global Village. Electa, Milan, Italy.

Brown, Judith (1995). Visualization:  Using Computer Graphics to Explore Data and Present Information. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey.

McAllister, David F. (1993). Stereo Computer Graphics and Other True 3D Technologies (Princeton Series in Computer Science). Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey.

Jacobson, Linda (1992). Cyberarts:  Exploring Art and Technology. Miller Freeman Inc., San Francisco, California.

Mielke, Bruce W. (1991). Integrated Computer Graphics. West Publishing Company, Emeryville, California.

Atkins, Robert (1991). From Media to Metaphor:  Art About AIDS. Independent Curators Inc., New York, New York.

Algora, Montxo (1991). Art Futura Cybermedia. Art Futura, Barcelona, Spain.

King, Elaine, (1990). New Generations: Chicago. Carnegie Mellon University Press. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 

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Judy Malloy, Editor of Women, Art and Technology wrote one of the forwards to New Media Futures, which was presented by book editors and contributors at SIGGRAPH ’19 in Los Angeles, CA.  

Visual Proceedings and Journals

SIGGRAPH 2019 Untold HERstories: An Homage to SIGGRAPH (Video Recording).  The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 2003 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

SIGGRAPH 2001 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 2000 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 1999 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

Simultaneita, Issue No. 4, 1999. Rome, Italy.

 

SIGGRAPH 1996 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 1994 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 1993 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 1992 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 1991 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

Digital Image-Digital Cinema. Leonardo. Supplemental Issue 1990. Pergamon Press, Oxford, England.

 

Computer Art in Context. Leonardo. Supplemental Issue 1989. Pergamon Press, Oxford, England.

 

SIGGRAPH 1988 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 1987 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 1986 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York.

 

SIGGRAPH 1985 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog. The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. New York, New York

(art)n’s artworks are featured in Selected Works Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art: No Fumare, por Favore; Union League Club Chicago Art Collection: Primondo; and mentioned in Art in America: Equation of Terror.

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publications

Sandor, E., Fron, J., "Artists Team Up for the Future: Behind the Scenes of Making Art in the 21st Century," (art)n web site, April 2002

Sandor, E., Fron, J., "The Future of Video Games as an Art: On the Art of Playing with Shadows" Playing by the Rules: The Cultural Policy Challenges of Video Games, The University of Chicago Cultural Policy Center, October 26–27, 2001

Sandor, E., Fron, J., Greiber.  K., Orellana, F., and Meyers, S., (art)n; Plepys,  D., Dolinsky, M., and Dastagir Ali, M., Electronic Visualization  Laboratory University of Illinois at Chicago, "Collaborative Visualization: New Advances in Documenting Virtual Reality with IGrams", IV 99 IEEE Proceedings, July 1999

Meyers, S., Sandor, E., Fron, J., "PHSColograms and Rotated PHSColograms," Computers & Graphics, Volume 19, Number 4, July/August 1995

Meyers, S., Sandin, D.J., Cunnally, W.T., Sandor, E., DeFanti, T.A. , "New advances in computer-generated barrier-strip autostereography," Proceedings of the SPIE 1990 Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Stereoscopic Displays and Applications, February 1990

Sandin, D.J., Sandor, E., Cunnally, W.T., Resch, M., DeFanti, T.A., Brown, M.D, "Computer-generated barrier-strip autostereography,& Three-Dimensional Visualization and Display Technologies," Proceedings of SPIE 1989 Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Non-Holographic True 3D Display Technologies, Volume 1083, January 1989

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(art)n’s artworks are featured in Your Future Self: PET Study I (cover), Cox-2 and Nanoscape I; IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications (cover) AIDS Virus, Third Edition; Issues in Science and Technology: PET Study II.  

patents

Sandor, Ellen R.; Sandin, Daniel J.; Cunnally, William T.; Meyers, Stephan B.; "Computer-Generated Autostereography Method and Apparatus", United States Patent Number 5,113,213, May 12, 1992

Sandor, Ellen R.; Cunnally, William T.; Meyers, Stephan B.; "Press Polymerization of Lenticular Images", United States Patent Number 5,330,799, July 19, 1994

Sandor, Ellen R.; Sandin, Daniel J.; Cunnally, William T.; Meyers, Stephan B.; "Computer-Generated Autostereography Method and Apparatus", United States Patent Number Re. 35,029, August 29, 1995

Sandor, Ellen R.; Cunnally, William T.; Meyers, Stephan B.; "Press Polymerization of Lenticular Images", United States Patent Number No. 5,554,432, September 10, 1996

Sandor, Ellen R.; Meyers, Stephan B.; "Computer-Generated Autostereography Method and Apparatus", UnitedStates Patent Number 5,519,794, May 21, 1996

(art)n’s artworks are featured in Victoria Benzene’s recent White Hot Magazine review at iLon Gallery; Cyberarts: HIV Reconstruction; and Photography after Photography: Lover’s Leap

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articles & reviews

Benzene, Vittoria, Brain + Love + at iLon Art Gallery,” White Hot Magazine, August 2022 (review)

 

Worcester, Nathaniel, It’s Two Minutes to Midnight, New Art Examiner, July/August 2018 (review)

Suh, Soomin, At the Intersection of Art and Science: CRISPR-Cas9: A Ray of Light, Berkeley Arts + Design, February 26, 2018 (article)

Anderson, Angela, Art draws out the beauty of physics: Labs around the world open their doors to aesthetic creation, Symmetry Magazine, April 2016 (article)

Schwender, Georgia, Chicago innovator Ellen Sandor is Fermilab’s new artist-in-residence, Fermilab Frontiers, December 7, 2015 (article)

diPerna, Paula, What If, What Then, What Next?: The PHSColograms of Ellen Sandor and (art)n,  Huffington Post US Edition, November 9, 2015 (review)

Pieper, Troy, Alumni Spotlight: Ellen Sandor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago Alumni Relations, Summer 2014 (article)

Alfano, Elysabeth, Chicago: The City that Creates, HUFFPOST ARTS & CULTURE, October 26, 2012 (article)

 

Alfano, Elysabeth, Ellen Sandor and the Future of Photography, HUFFPOST ARTS & CULTURE, August 27, 2012 (article)

 

Krinke, Jessica,  Life - now in exciting 3D!, Medill Reports Chicago, Northwestern University, August 27, 2010 (article)

 

Carver, Joanna, Virtual reality lab pioneers 3D art and science, Medill Reports Chicago, August 7, 2012 (article)

 

Ellin, Harlene, Art Attack, i4Design, Spring 2010 (article)

 

ISSUES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, Winter 2010 (cover)

 

Hudson, Suzanne, "The Art of Science, International Center of Photography," ARTFORUM INTERNATIONAL, September 2004 (review)

 

Martineau, Chantal, "The Art of Science Imaging the Future: The Intersection of Science, Technology, and Photography." Seed Abbe, Mary, "Wading into the gene pool," Star Tribune, February 13, 2004, pg. E20

 

"The word 7,730,000", Grapevine Section, New Scientist, Vol. 178, Issue 2398, June 7, 2003, pg. 49

 

Cheon, Mina, "SCI-ART: Post-Photography, Documenting Our Genetic Possibilities," NY Arts Magazine, Spring 2003

 

Marques, Toni, "Genome art reveals the challenges of the DNA era," O Globo, March 2, 2003

 

Loring, Karla, "But Is It Art?" Magazine Section, The Chicago Tribune, February 25, 2001

 

Animation Magazine, SIGGRAPH Issue, July 2000

 

Hagen, Debbie, "Collective Visions," Digital Fine Art Magazine, Summer 2000

 

Microcomputer, January 2000

 

Sandor, E. & Fron, J., "The Art and Science of Collaborative Visualization," Silicon Graphics World, September 1999

 

Ça M'intéresse, (Parisian Journal) February 1999

 

“Big Iron Supercomputers,” (cover image) Forbes ASAP, February 1998

 

Foerstner, Abigail, "Spatial Effects: Ed Paschke + (art)n = the future," (article) Northshore, March 1998

 

Zibart, Eve, "A Light in the Darkness," (article) Washington Post, February 8, 1998

 

Buckley, Betsy, Beaux-Arts Celebration '98, (article) State of the Union, Union League Club of Chicago, February 1998

 

Cembalest, Robin, "design: The Many Faces of Memory," (article) ARTnews December 1997

 

Foerstner, Abigail, "Digital display: Electronic symposium takes modern art off the wall and into the future," (article) The Chicago Tribune, September 22, 1997

 

Crawford, Diane, Communications of the ACM, Volume 40, Number 8, August 1997 (credited PHSCologram images throughout)

 

Vine, Richard, "Where the Wild Things Were," (review) Art in America, May 1997

 

Brady, Kim, "PHSColograms," PEI-Photo Electronic Imaging, February 1997

 

Hawkinson, Olivia, " Soul," The Daily Northwestern, November 1, 1996

 

Maurer, Wendy , "A Different Type of Museum," SGI Iris Universe, Summer 1996 (cover image)

 

Wasserman, Tina, "(art)n at Oskar Friedl Gallery," (article) New Art Examiner, October, 1995, pp.35–36

 

Jannot, Mark, "Surfing Chicago," (article) Chicago, October, 1995, pp.127

 

Foerstner, Abigail, "A summer gallery trek," (article) The Chicago Tribune, section 13, August 6, 1995, pp.10–11

 

Pawelko, Elizabeth, "Virtual Artistry," (article) New City, July 27, 1995, pp.13

 

Sandor, E.; Meyers, S.; Fron, J., "Company Makes Hard Copy Record of Virtual Environments," (article), Advance, November 28, 1994, pp. 12–13

 

Mattei, Maria Grazia, "Arte all'ennesima potenza," (article), Virtual, April 1994, pp. 31–34

 

Sandor, E.; Meyers, S.; Fron, J., "PHSColograms: The Photography of Virtual Reality," (article), Virtual Reality Systems, Spring 1994, pp. 64–67

 

Smith, Roberta, "Response to AIDS Gains in Subtlety," (review), The New York Times, February 18, 1994, C28

 

Duffy, Robert W., "Getting The Message: Knowledge Distilled," (review), St. Louis Post Dispatch, September 19, 1993

 

Cameron Frey, Mary, "Gallery Gala A Colorful Night of Fun," Chicago Sun-Times, January 13, 1993

 

Culviner, Tom, "Would Plato or P.T. Barnum have been more impressed?" (article), IEEE Computer Graphics &Applications, September

1992, p. 17

 

Brill, Louis M., "PHSColograms Jettison Signs into the Future," (article), SIGNS Of The Times, August 1992, pp. 100–105

 

Foerstner, Abigail, 'Reality' in flux at computer graphics extravaganza," (article), The Chicago Tribune,section 7, July 24, 1992, pp. 79–82

 

Foerstner, Abigail, "Two gallery shows offer new graphics frontier," (article), The Chicago Tribune, section 7, July 24, 1992, p 82

 

"PHSColograms represent future at Expo '92 Spanish Pavilion," (article), IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications, July 1992, p 14

 

Konitzer, Michael A., "die zukunft der kunst,"; (article), WIENER, extra, June 6, 1992, pp. 82–90

 

McCracken, David, "Gallery Scene" (review), The Chicago Tribune, section 7, January 17, 1992, p 68

 

Bartels, Nancy, "Alternative Views," (article), Confetti, Volume 3, Number 3, Issue 8, Electronic Canvas, December 1991, p. 17

 

McCracken, David, "Gallery Scene," (review), The Chicago Tribune, section 7, August 30, 1991, p. 54

 

Henderson, Harold, "Art or Science?" (article), Chicago Reader, August 16, 1991, pp. 1–21

 

Starkman, David, &; Dennis, John, "It's Pronounced 'Skol-o-gram'" (article), Stereo World, July/August 1991, pp. 28–29, 42

 

Hainey, Michael, "When technology becomes art," (article), IIT Catalyst, Summer 1991, pp.1–3

 

Johnson, Ken, "(art)n at Feature," (review), Art in America, May 1991, pp.172–173

 

Candice Hadley, "Forging a Future in 3-D Photography," (article), industrial photography, May 1991, pp. 30–33, 39

 

Csuri, Charles A., "Science in Depth," (article), IEEE Computer Graphics and applications, March 1991, pp. 10–12

 

Emmett, Arielle, "In Search of the Miracle Hologram," (article), Computer Graphics World, February 1991, pp. 44–52, and cover

 

Rosenblum, Lawrence J., "A Functional View of Proteins," (article), IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications,January 1991, pp. 15–16

 

Messina, Fred, "Corps Shows Off Unique Works Generated By Super Computers," (article), Hicksburg Sunday Post, January 27, 1991

 

Dishneau, David, "Just an illusion, but it gets scientists and artists excited," (article), The Canberra Times,January 6, 1991

 

Cox, Donna J., "Scientific Visualization: Collaborating To Predict The Future," (article), EDUCOM review,Winter 1990, pp.36–42

 

Rosebush, Judson, "Robert Mapplethorpe ACQUITTE," " (article), Pixel, No 9, 1990

 

Foerstner, Abigail, "Inside views," (article), The Chicago Tribune Magazine, October 21, 1990, pp. 32–34

 

Sobchack, Vivian, "A Theory Of Everything: Meditations On Total Chaos," (article), ARTFORUM, October 1990, pp. 148–155

LeWinter, Renee, & Baron, Cynthia, "Bold Statements," (article), Computer Graphics World, August 1990, pp. 74–78

 

Foerstner, Abigail, "Photography: 3-D images cross the boundary between art and science," (article), The Chicago Tribune, August 10, 1990, pp. 65–66

 

Homisak, Bill, "King's Chicago: our kind of town," (review) Tribune, March 4, 1990

 

"FOSCOLOGRAMMI," (article), fotografare, October 1989, pp. 86–87

 

Lautman, Victoria, "The Art of Chaos," (review), Chicago Tribune, September 27, 1989, Section 7, pp. 7–8

 

Kimmelman, Michael, "Searching for some Order In a Show Based on Chaos," (review), The New York Times,September 15, 1989

 

Hadley, Candice, "The Science of Creating Art," (article), Inside Chicago, July 1989, pp. 60–61

 

Lothian, Lori, "Paint by Numbers," (article), Audio Visual Communications, January 1989, pp. 56–57

 

Hadley, Candice, "PHSColograms: A New Dimension," (article), Photo District News, January 1989, p. 44

 

Ségard, Michel, "Art from the computer: An Illinois Survey," (article), New Art Examiner, November 1988

 

Neal, Margaret, "More than Art,"(cover story), IEEE Computer graphics and applications,

November 1988, pp. 3–5

 

Prince, Patric, "1988 SIGGRAPH Art Show, a Review," (article), IEEE Computer Graphics and applications,September 1988, pp. 15–24

 

Draznin, Wayne, "Gallery Tripping: computer artists work on their image," (article), Chicago Reader,September 2, 1988, Section 1, p. 6

 

Lautman, Victoria, "Victoria Lautman on Art: Futuristic," (article), Avenue M, July 1988, pp. 34–35

 

Lothian, Lori, "Abstract Computerism," (article), Audio Visual Communications, June 1988, pp. 14–16, 42–49

 

"Letters to the Editor," IEEE Computer Graphics &Applications, May 1988, pp. 10–11

 

IEEE Computer Graphics and applications (article), January 1988, pp. 3–5

 

Peterson, Ivars, "Twists of Space: an artist, a computer programmer and a mathematician work together to visualize exotic geometric forms," (article), Science News, Volume 132, October 24, 1987, pp. 264–266

 

New Art Examiner (review), 1987

 

Chicago Reader (review), 1987

 

The Chicago Tribune (review), 1987

 

Artner, Alan G., "Art Notes," (article), The Chicago Tribune, September 19, 1986 Section 7 p. 55

 

Schlesinger, Toni, "Art Facts: an off-the-wall expo at Navy Pier," (article), Reader, September 19, 1986

 

Hanania, Ray; Mary Gillespie; and Siewers, Alf, "Unusual is normal at New Art Forms Expo on Navy Pier," (article), The Chicago Sun-Times, September 19, 1986, p. 10

 

Artner, Alan G., "Portraiture artists put emphasis on fiction," (review), The Chicago Tribune (review), June 19, 1986, Section 5 13F

 

New Art Examiner (review), 1986

 

Wesly, Ed, "Ellen Sandor's Holograms in Chicago," (article), Holosphere, Winter 1984, pp. 29–31

 

Ségard, Michel, "Artists Team Up for the Future," (review), New Art Examiner, January 1984

 

Idsazak, Jerome, "Mysterious, turbulent, playful-sculpture a reflection of futures," Chicago Sun-Times,Business, November 30, 1983, p.70

 

Ségard, Michel, "(Free Markets)n," (review), Nit &Wit: Chicago's Arts Magazine, 1983, pp. 33–36

 

Ségard, Michel, "PHSCOLOGRAM," (review), Evergreen Gazette, 1983

 

Chicago Faces Magazine, 1981

 

Laroche, Joel, "Ellen Sandor," (article), Zoom, The International Image Magazine, American Edition, #10, 1981, pp 90–93

 

Demoro, Harre W., "Decorating offices may now bring museum-quality works to a firm," (article), San Francisco Business Journal, March 10, 1980, pp. 14–15

 

Playboy Magazine, 1980

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Ellen Sandor with Nobel Prize recipient Jennifer Doudna, featured in (art)n’s documentary for the making of CRISPR-CAS9 (A Ray of Light).

video

Understanding: Viruses, Cronkite, Ward & Company, ©1994 Discovery Communications, Inc.

 

The Future, TV Ontario, Canadian syndication, 1994

 

Science and Technology, CNN Cable Network News, international syndication, 1993

 

Radio Exterior Spain, Madrid, Spain, April 1, 1992

 

ACM SIGGRAPH Video Review 1991

 

Beyond 2000, international syndication, Sydney, Australia, Summer 1991

 

ACM SIGGRAPH Video Review 1990

 

CNN, Cable Network News, "Science and Technology" international syndication, 1990

 

Wild Chicago, local syndication 1990

 

American Art Forum, national syndication, 1990

 

ChiDoc: A Snapshot of Chicago's Electronic Art Community, Jones, Lance Ford & Jones, Claudia Cumbie, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Video Data Bank, 1989

 

Of Cabbages & Kings, local syndication, 1988

symposia presentations & book signings

HERSTORY Zoom Panel: A Live Q&A Dialogue, University Club of Chicago, IL, June 23, 2020

 

HERSTORY: Digital Innovations Panel & Book Signing, CAA New Media Caucus, Chicago, IL, February 12, 2020

 

EXPO Chicago Book Signing: New Media Futures, Northern Trust VIP Lounge, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL, September 21, 2019

 

Book Signing: New Media Futures, Galerie Olivier R. Bijon, Arles, France, July 2019

 

HERSTORIES: Women Leaders in the Digital World; Untold HERSTORIES: An Homage to SIGGRAPH; Birds of a Feather & Book Signing, SIGGRAPH ’19 Los Angeles, July 28-31, 2019

 

Book Signing: New Media Futures for Chicago New Media 1973–1992, Gallery 400, the University of Illinois at Chicago, November 1, 2018 (panel + book signing 12/7)

 

HERSTORY: Digital Innovations Symposium & Book Signing, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, October 26, 2018

Expo Chicago Book Signing, Navy Pier, Chicago, IL, September 27-28, 2018

Celebrating Women and New Media Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, March 18, 2017