A virtual ecosystem of artificial life generated by codes from museum visitor’s entry tickets.

Fifty Sisters

Evolved plant images based on oil company logos. Commission for the Ars Electronica Museum, Linz, Austria.

Ars Electronica Festival 2012 – the Big Picture

I’ll be presenting two new works at the 2012 Ars Electronica Festival.


Peter Bentley‘s new book, Digitized:┬áThe science of computers and how it shapes our world explores how computer science has impacted on the world and the people behind its innovations. The book includes a chapter on computers and creativity, in particular looks in detail at the work of William Latham. Peter interviewed me for the book […]

Impossible Nature: the Art of Jon McCormack

Monograph on the work of Jon McCormack, 2004

Life As It Could Be

A new science fiction thriller by Thure Etzoid features Eden.

Creative Ecosystems

An ARC funded project that looks at concepts and metaphors from biological ecosystems as a means to enhance human creativity in the digital arts.

Monica Brewster Evening

Jon McCormack will discuss his artwork and the issues it raises in Artificial Life and future natures. Govett-Brewster Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand, Tuesday 31 May 2011, 6.00-8.00pm.

IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life 2011

Two new papers on Ecosystem methods in the digital arts, presented at the IEEE Artificial Life Symposium, Paris 11-15 April 2011

Morphogenesis Series

A series of digital still images (2001-2004) based on evolved computer models of native Australian flora.