Jonathan
McCabe

Jonathan
McCabe

Jonathan McCabe is a generative artist who is interested in using ideas about pattern formation from biology and physics to inspire computer simulations.

Much of his work in recent years has been based on Alan Turing theory of morphogenesis coupled with two-dimensional compressible fluid flow, which produces lovely fluid and colorful forms that constantly react with each other, generating new forms.

Due to the large amount of computation required, his work is in the form of pre-rendered video rather than live. His work has been featured in Wired, New Scientist, Smithsonian and BBC websites and he was also a finalist in the Digital Graffiti projection festival.

Jonathan McCabe is a generative artist who is interested in using ideas about pattern formation from biology and physics to inspire computer simulations.

Much of his work in recent years has been based on Alan Turing theory of morphogenesis coupled with two-dimensional compressible fluid flow, which produces lovely fluid and colorful forms that constantly react with each other, generating new forms.

Due to the large amount of computation required, his work is in the form of pre-rendered video rather than live. His work has been featured in Wired, New Scientist, Smithsonian and BBC websites and he was also a finalist in the Digital Graffiti projection festival.

Jonathan McCabe is a generative artist who is interested in using ideas about pattern formation from biology and physics to inspire computer simulations.

Much of his work in recent years has been based on Alan Turing theory of morphogenesis coupled with two-dimensional compressible fluid flow, which produces lovely fluid and colorful forms that constantly react with each other, generating new forms.

Due to the large amount of computation required, his work is in the form of pre-rendered video rather than live. His work has been featured in Wired, New Scientist, Smithsonian and BBC websites and he was also a finalist in the Digital Graffiti projection festival.

Jonathan McCabe is a generative artist who is interested in using ideas about pattern formation from biology and physics to inspire computer simulations.

Much of his work in recent years has been based on Alan Turing theory of morphogenesis coupled with two-dimensional compressible fluid flow, which produces lovely fluid and colorful forms that constantly react with each other, generating new forms.

Due to the large amount of computation required, his work is in the form of pre-rendered video rather than live. His work has been featured in Wired, New Scientist, Smithsonian and BBC websites and he was also a finalist in the Digital Graffiti projection festival.