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hyperbolic surface

Hyperbolic surface by Amy Ione and Christopher Tyler, 2002

Articles and Videos

Dynamic art style of dscipline organization: Amy Ione," by Robert Johnson (Office of University Relations, University of California, Berkeley, No. 84-6, August, 1984.

Video: OFF THE LIP: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Cognitive Innovation, Amy Ione Plenary, see https://vimeo.com/142178892

Interviews from Yale University Radio WYBCX, Amy Ione in conversation with Brainard Carey, see http://museumofnonvisibleart.com/interviews/amy-ione/


Two autostereograms. One was created intuitively by Amy Ione using colored paper rectangles gathered using a punching device. The other is by Christopher W. Tyler, who invented the autostereogram.


Two images also by Amy Ione and Christopher Tyler. One is a black and white ink painting (on paper) that uses the astrological symbol for Pisces. The other is a Matrix algebra version that was computed in MatLab by Christopher W. Tyler

Barbara Angert (1927-2000)

Amy in the Twentieth Century

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