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Coded Chimera is a project exploring relationships between sculptural form making and biological morphogenesis through computer modelling. Led by sculptor [[Bruce Gernand]], and in collaboration with Norman MacLeod at the Natural History Museum, the final phase of the project has resulted in an exhibition at the Cambridge Museum of Zoology.
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Coded Chimera is a project exploring relationships between sculptural form making and biological morphogenesis through computer modelling. Led by sculptor [[Bruce Gernand]], and in collaboration with [[Norman MacLeod]] at the Natural History Museum and [[Alan Blackwell]], the final phase of the project has resulted in an exhibition at the Cambridge Museum of Zoology.
  
 
http://www.museum.zoo.cam.ac.uk/exhibitions.displays/temporary.exhibitions/
 
http://www.museum.zoo.cam.ac.uk/exhibitions.displays/temporary.exhibitions/
  
 
http://www.brucegernand.com/publication5.php
 
http://www.brucegernand.com/publication5.php

Revision as of 15:20, 3 August 2011

Coded Chimera is a project exploring relationships between sculptural form making and biological morphogenesis through computer modelling. Led by sculptor Bruce Gernand, and in collaboration with Norman MacLeod at the Natural History Museum and Alan Blackwell, the final phase of the project has resulted in an exhibition at the Cambridge Museum of Zoology.

http://www.museum.zoo.cam.ac.uk/exhibitions.displays/temporary.exhibitions/

http://www.brucegernand.com/publication5.php