Robert Krawczyk (USA)

Robert Krawczyk

Robert J. Krawczyk is on the faculty of the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology. During his nineteen years at IIT, he has developed and taught a series of CAD and digital design courses covering 2D and 3D CAD, image composition, animation, and form generation methods. In addition to teaching, he is an advisor in the PhD program on form generation, fractals, 3D blob modeling and other related digital design methods. His digital design and computer-generated artwork have been published at the Mathematics and Design, Bridges, MOSAIC, ISAMA,ACADIA, and ACSA conferences. Digital design exhibits have included the
ACADIA Digital Media 2000 and 2001 exhibits, InterSculpt 2001 and 1999, and TeleSculpture
2001 and 1999. Digital artwork includes the Spirolateral Series, shown at the University of Michigan immedia 2001, University of London IV 2001, and the SOMARTS Gallery, San Francisco. Twenty pieces of the Curved Spirolateral Series weredisplayed at the SIGGRAPH 2001 N-Space Art Gallery and are currently in 2001 Traveling Art Show till 2003. Currently the work is at the Center for Contemporary Art, Sacramento, CA, and Beecher Center for Technology in the Arts, Youngstown, OH.

Robert Krawczyk participates in

  • JavaMuseum
  • 1st of Java – Perspectives on New Media (2001)
    Fundamental Patterns – Peripheral Basics (2002)