This site is a gathering place for materials related to my dissertation work at the University of North Texas.

I am interested in how visual images used in science which are not generally considered fine art (DNA trees, crystal diagrams, sonar charts) sometimes acquire aesthetic value outside of their specific scientific community.

I would like to examine in particular what happens when online scientific information changes into fine art:

  • What are the economic, political and aesthetic forces behind such a change?
  • When does this redefinition occur?
  • What are the distinctive components of art and information in this case?
  • What is the history of purely informational images acquiring aesthetic value?
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