DescriptionThis painting shows the prickly pear's ability to form stalks in crowded and low light situations. Typically this occurs after the plant is 70 years old.This painting was published as part of an article in New Scientist magazine Dec 2006This is a leading example of what I call Visual Jazz where the robot can see the previously painted image and reacts to it.
Max Chandler, Arizona Member Since November 2006 Artist Statement I grew up on farms in southern Missouri, studied Math at MIT, Chinese at the Defense Language Institute, graduate school art in Taiwan. I was an intern for several years to internationally known artist Chen Ting-shih.
I have worked in both hardware and software with ten patents in milk cartons, gymnastic equipment, scanners, film recorders, compiler techniques, CAD, and UI. Software projects include manufacturing control, Visicorp products, Laplink, Sim City, and the Sims.
I began exhibiting in 2004 and has exhibited continuously since then with shows in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paris, Tokyo, Kyoto and Seoul.