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Ian Sammis


" Art of Fourier Space "

Print of digital art, 24”x20” (framed), 2008.

In this art we can talk about the negative and positive space, with the involvement of macro and micro review-acquaintance with the work of art. If you are interested in formal and contextual analysis, or you are inspired to use a similar method, its description in your work, you can ask for help from exam takers for hire.

This is the computed Fourier transform of a constant linear measure placed on a piecewise-linear approximation to the space-filling Sierpinski Curve. The curve itself is shown in the lower-left corner. The reduced art appears gray, but in the original each pixel has a hue determined by its complex phase. The transformation was computed by the Geometric Nonuniform Fast Fourier Transform.

Ian Sammis, Krener Assistant Professor, UC Davis
Davis, CA

"Over the course of earning my Ph.D., I've become fascinated by the fact that in generating images for the most utilitarian of purposes (debugging, testing hypotheses, and the like) the most useful images are usually also the most aesthetically pleasing."