Professor Donna J. Cox

              Authored Publications

              Citations and Reviews of Creative Work

              Published Images and Animations

Last update September 2006



              Authored Publications



Cox, D. J., “Visualization and Visual Metaphors,” book chapter in Aesthetic Computing, ed. Paul Fishwick, MIT Press, 2006, p 89-14.


Cox, D. J. “Visualizing the Cosmos,” in INSAP Inspiration of Astronomical Phenomena, Fifth International Conference Proceedings, June 26 – July 1, 2005, pg. 52; invited speaker, Friday, July 1, 2005.


Hall, M.; Betts, A.; Cox, D.; Pointer, D.; Kindratenko, V.; “The Visible Radio: Process Visualization of a Software-Defined Radio,” Visualisation 2005 Proceedings in print and CD, published by the IEEE press, IEEE Visualization 2005 Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 23-28, 2005, p. 159-165.


Cox, D. J., “Visualization in the Life Sciences,” book chapter in Databasing the Brain: Data to Knowledge (Neuroinformatics), ed. Shankar Subramaniam, UCSD, and Stephen Koslow, NIH. Wiley Press: New York, November, 2004, p. 123-152.


Cox, D. J., “The Art and Science of Visualization: Metaphorical Maps and Cultural Models,” Technoetic Arts 2:2, published by Intellect Ltd.,Bristol, UK, 2004, p. 71-79


Cox, D.J., “Algorithmic Art, Scientific Visualization, and Tele-immersion: An Evolving Dialogue with the Universe”, book chapter in Women, Art, and Technology, edited by Judy Malloy, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2003, p. 242-259.


Cox, D.J., “Metaphorical Vestiges on Info-Viz Trails,” Proceedings of the Consciousness Reframed Conference, July 2-5, 2003, Newport, Wales.


Cox, D.J., Kindratenko, V. and Pointer, D. IntelliBadge(tm) in First International Workshop on Ubiquitous Systems for Supporting Social Interaction and Face-to-Face Communication in Public Spaces: UbiComp 2003, p. 41-47.


Cox, D.J., Kindratenko, V, and Pointer, D. 2003. IntelliBadge(tm): Towards Providing Location-Aware Value-Added Services at Academic Conferences. in UbiComp 2003: Ubiquitous Computing. Ed. Dey, A. Schmidt, and J. McCarthy, Berlin: Springer: 2003, p. 264-280.,21,27;journal,1030,3334;linkingpublicationresults,1:105633,1


Betts A., Cox D., Dhamankar R., Kaap T., Kindratenko V., Khakshour A., Leonard L., Levy S., Martirano J., Patterson R., Pietrowicz M., Pointer D., Powell J., Rajlich P., Reed D., Rovedo A., Sanders B., Shapiro M., Shih A., "SC Gets Smart: IntelliBadge™ at SC2002", NCSA Technical Report, January 2003 (


Kaehler R., Cox D., Patterson R. Levy S., Hege H., Abel T. “Rendering the First Star in the Universe – A Case Study,” Vis2002 Conference Proceedings, IEEE Visualization 2002, Boston, Massachusetts, Oct 27 – Nov 1, 2002; p. 537-540.


Cox, D.J., "Visualization, Media and Mind," Symposium Proceedings, Biennale for Electronic Arts in Perth (BEAP) 2002, and The 4th International Caiia-Star Research Conference, papers published by Curtin Gallery on CD; presentation of work and paper August 4 & 8; “Converging Art and Science: A Collection of Collaborative Works by Donna Cox” DVD installation, Gallery Exhibition July 31-September 15, 2002, Perth, Australia. Catalogue published.


Cox, D., "Creation Myths and Contemporary Science," Extreme Parameters: New Dimensions of Interactivity July 2001, proceedings, La Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain, July, 11-12 2001.


Cox, D.J., “Visualizing the Virtual Cosmos: with Hayden Planetarium and HD PBS Nova,” Creating the Cosmos: Visualization and Remote Virtual Collaboration,” Proceedings of the Consciousness Reframed 3 Conference, published by University of Wales College, Newport, August 24, 2000, Newport, Wales, page 7-8.


Cox, D.J., "Myth Information," Toward a Science of Consciousness Abstracts, service of the Journal of Consciousness Studies, Tucson 2000, sponsored by the Center for Consciousness Studies, University of Arizona, April 10-15, 2000 Tucson Convention Center, Tucson, Arizona.


Cox, D. J., “What Can an Artist Do for Science: ‘Cosmic Voyage’ IMAX Film”, Chapter 2 in Art @ Science, C. Sommerer and L. Mignonneau (eds.), page 53-59, SpringerWien:NewYork, 1998.


Cox, D.J., “Virtual Space as a Future Color Design Tool”, in Color in Architecture and Design: Design Methods for Buildings, Interiors, and Urban Spaces, edited by Harold Linton, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1999, p. 186-191.


Zyda,M., Cox, D.J., Katz, W., Larson-Mogal, J., Lypaczewski, P., Pausch,R., Singer, A., and Weisman, J. , Modeling and Simulation: Linking Entertainment and Defense, co-authored with the Committee on Modeling and Simulation, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. 1997.


"Visualizing the Data," Cox interview, photo and illustrations in Algebra 2, M.A. Leiva and R.G. Brown , editing senior authors; McDougal Littell A Houghton Mifflin Co., Evanston Boston Dallas, copyright 1997, p. 255, 234-236, 271.


Cox, D.J.,“Cosmic Voyage: Scientific Visualization for IMAX film”, SIGGRAPH 96 Visual Proceedings: the Art and Interdisciplinary Programs of SIGGRAPH 96, published by ACM SIGGRAPH, August 1996, Animator Sketches, page 129, and Electronic Theater, pg. 174.


Cox, D. J., "Education and Collaboration in an Evolving Digital Culture," Science Visualization in Math Teaching, Chapter 12, Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), 1995.


Cox, D. J. "Caricature, Readymades & Metamorphosis: Visual Mathematics in the Context of Art," Chapter 15, p. 106, The Visual. Mind, ed. Michele Emmer, A Leonardo Book, Berkeley CA, MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass, 1993.


Visual Cues: Practical Data Visualization, Keller, Keller, Peter R. and Mary M., selected scientific visualization colored illustrations, techniques, & text by Cox, IEEE Computer Society Press: Manning Publications; Los Alamitos, CA, 1993, illustrations and techniques, p. 51 (1-9), p. 58 (2-7), p. 61 (2-10), p 147 (11-1).


Cox, D. J., "Glitzy or Grungy Graphics: Choose Your Audience," AAAS '94 Program and Abstracts, 160 National Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, for panel "Science, Lies, & Videotapes", San Francisco, CA, Feb. 18-23, 1994, pp. 93-94.


Cox, D. J., "Collaborative Computer Graphics Education," Interactive Learning Through Visualization: The Impact of Computer Graphics in Education, January 1992, Cunningham, S. and Hubbold, R.J. (Eds.) This book chapter was by invitation only, to selected speakers that participated in the Computer Graphics and Education '91 Conference, Barcelona SPAIN. Springer-Verlag: BerlincHeidelberg, NY, 1992. pp 189-200


Cox, D. J., "Caricature, Readymades, and Metamorphosis: Visual Mathematics in the Context of Art," Leonardo, Volume 25, No. 3/4, pp 295-302, Pergamon Press Ltd Printed in Great Britain, 1992.


Cox, D. J., "Beyond Visualization: Mapping Information," Supercomputing 91 Tutorial Notes, November 1991


Cox, D. J., "Scientific Visualization: Supercomputing & Renaissance Teams," Proceedings of The 12th New Zealand Computer Conference, August 14-16, 1991, p. 157-171.


Cox, D. J., "Interdisciplinary Collaboration Case Study in Computer Graphics Education: "Venus & Milo," ACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics, Volume 25, #3, July 1991, p. 185-190.


Cox, D. J., "Collaborations in Art/Science: Renaissance Teams," The Journal of Biocommunications, Volume 18 #2, June 6, 1991, includes back cover image.


Cox, D. J., "Beyond Scientific Visualization: Mapping Information," Panel Proceedings, SIGGRAPH '90, 1990, p.6-1 through 6-23.


Cox, D. J., "What is Happening on the Hill?" Panel Proceedings, SIGGRAPH '90, 1990, p.12-1 through 12-15.


Cox, D. J., "Scientific Visualization: Collaborating To Predict the Future," EDUCOM Review, Winter 1990, p. 38-42. Includes Cover Image.


Cox, D. J., "The Art of Scientific Visualization," Academic Computing, Volume 4, Number 6, March 1990, p. 20-22 and 32-40. Includes cover image.


Cox, D. J. "Mapping Information," Proceedings, AUSGRAPH 90, September 13, 1990, p. 101-106.


Onstad D. W., Maddox J. V., Cox D. J., Kornkven E. A., "Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Animals and the Host-Density Threshold in Epizootiology," Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, January, 1990.


Cox, D. J., "The Tao of Postmodernism: Computer Art, Scientific Visualization, and Other Paradoxes," ACM SIGGRAPH 89 Leonardo: International Journal of Art, Technology and Science Supplemental Issue, July, 1989, p. 7-12.


Cox, D. J., "Visualization of Injection Molding," Ellson, R. and Cox, D., Journal of the Society for Computer Simulation, San Diego, California, invited as cover article, four-color journal, November 1988.


Cox, D. J., "Using Supercomputer to Visualize Higher Dimensions: An Artist's Contribution to Science," Leonardo: International Journal of Art, Technology and Science,, Volume 21, 1988, p. 233-242.


Cox, D. J., "Renaissance Teams and Scientific Visualization: A Convergence of Art and Science", Collaboration in Computer Graphics Education, SIGGRAPH 88 Educator's Workshop Proceedings, D. Cox, August 1-5, 1988, p. 81 - 104; plus two colorplates, three black/white illustrations.


Cox, D. J., "Interactive Computer-Assisted RGB Editor (ICARE)," D. Cox, Proceedings for the 7th Annual Small Computers in the Arts Symposium, October 9-11, 1987, p. 40-45.


Cox, D. J., "Computer Art/Design Curricula in Universities: Beyond the Traditional Approach," D. Cox, Teaching Computer Graphics: An Interdisciplinary Approach, SIGGRAPH 87 Educator's Workshop Proceedings, July 27, 1987, p. 207-233.



        Citations and Reviews of Creative Work



“A Thrill Ride to ‘the Other Side of Infinity’ “, The New York Times, Science Section,a review by Kirk Johnson of “Black Holes: the other side of infinity” and published images, February 28, 2006.

“Deep Inside: capturing an image could illuminate our galaxies future,” by Dan Vergano, USA Today, February 27, 2006, Cover Story, Life Section 9B and 10B, and published images


The Denver Post, “Black Holes get turned Inside Out,” Cox quoted in review of “Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity,” in Section B, page 1, Wednesday, February 1, 2006.


“Shedding Light on Black Holes,” Cox quoted in a review on “Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity,” Rocky Mountain News, 29A, Wednesday, February 1, 2006., “NCSA visualizes ‘Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity’ “, Thursday February 2, 2006 @ 02:08 PST


NCSA visualizes ‘Black Holes: The Otherside of Infinity’, by Trish Barker


Living 3D: Movies Come to Life Onstage for The End of Cinematics,” by Matt Hurwitz, LiveDesign magazine, January 2006, p. 36-41.;


American Scientist (Sept./Oct. 2005) -- Interview with art and design professor Donna Cox. “A Terabyte of a Twister”, Felice Frankel, p 452-453


Science, “2005 Visualization Challenge,” Volume 309, September, 2005, juror, p. 1989-1993, “UI’s Krannert Center hosts premier of new Mikel Rouse opera,” by Jim Paul, Associated Press.


The News-Gazette, “New Spin on Twisters: Researchers’ tornado visualization will be featured at ‘Academy Awards of computer graphics,’” by Greg Kline, July 14, 2005, page 1, and A-6. Photo of Cox and visualizations and review


Wired Magazine, “Data Storm,” March 2004, p. 46. Visualization of Tornado and review


“2004 Visualization Challenge,” Science, Volume 305, September 24, 2004, juror and interview, p. 1903-1907.


Bio-IT World On-Line: Technology for the Life Sciences, “High-Performance Computing Elite Meet in the Desert,” by Salvatore Salamone, 11/19/03. Review of Cox’s keynote at SC2003.


National Geographic Magazine, “Galaxy Hunters: The Search for Cosmic Dawn”, February 2003. p. 12, 13, 16-19.


European Photography Art Magazine, international art magazine for contemporary photography and new media, NSFnet image reviewed in “Cybermaps: More Beautiful than Art,” by Gerrit Gohlke, Andreas Muller-Pohle, Published Germany, 2003, Number 72, Volume 23, Issue 2, Page 9.


Information Arts, by Wilson, Stephen, MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2002, review of Cox’s work, p. 37, 325-327, 829-830.


Portfolio Design by Harold Linton, W.W. Norton & Company: New York; third edition 2003, 2002, 2000; Review of Cox work p. 160.


The New York Times, Arts@Large Section, in Technology | Cybertimes, "Adding Artistic Flair to a Tour of the Universe," by Matthew Mirapaul, Cox interviewed and quoted, March 2, 2000; on-line with video clip at


Women and the Machine: Representations from the Spinning Wheel Through the Electronic Age, by Julie Wosk, Art Historian, published by Oxford University Press, Inc. 2000. published “Venus and Milo” and “Venus in Time” art work by Cox.


Arizona Daily Wildcat, "Digital Artists Display Work,", by Christopher Jivan, Review of Symposium, Center for Creative Photography, April 7, 2000. Cox quoted and photographed while presenting at the Symposium.


Screen Magazine, "When Galaxies Collide," by Jane Burrick, February 28, 2000, p. 18. Cox photographed, interviewed and images published.


Chicago Sun-Times, “U. of I. scientists create 3-D universe tour,” by Nancy Moffett, review of work and quote by Cox, pg. 12, Metro Section, February 22, 2000.

Computer Graphics World, "Star Gazing," by Barbara Robertson, Cox quote and review of work, February, 2000, Volume 23.


News-Gazette, “Now showing: Tour of the Universe: scientists at UI aided planetarium with space movie,” by Greg Kline, quote by Cox, February 19, 2000.


Inside Illinois, “Researchers create out-of-this world film for planetarium opening,” by Melissa Mitchell, review and quotes by Cox, February 17, 2000.


Virtual Reality, edited by Bill Sherman and Alan Craig, Morgan-Kaufmann Press, 2000.


Access Magazine, “Passport to the Universe,” by Karen Green, Volume 13, Number 1, Spring 2000, copyright Board of Trustees of the university of Illinois. Pages 18-21.


AXIS, "Interface, Interaction, and ...", feature article by Gordon Bruce, November and December 1999, pages 30-33, 102-103. Photos and interview with Cox and Lance Chong, graduate student.


High Tech High Touch: Technology and Our Search for Meaning, Naisbitt, John with Nana Naisbitt and Douglas Philips; Broadway Books, a division of Random House, 1999, Cox interview and biography , page 246. book tour Vienna, NYC, Wash. DC, Chicago, Boston, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, London, Taiwan, October 1999-January 2000.


Research and Creative Activity, Office of Research and the University Graduate School, Indiana University, "Teaming Up in Cyberspace," article about Cox and team using Virtual Director, full color photo of team in cyberspace, Volume XXII, Number 2, September 1999, page 39-40.


"Women in Animation," by Kellie-Bea Cooper,; interview, photo and article about Cox, on-line summer 1999-present.


USA TODAY, Mon, 16 Nov 1998 (P.11, Section E) Virtual Reality Story;


The Wall Street Journal, “TV: How Far We’ve Come,” by Barbara D. Phillips, Leisure and Arts Section, January 12, 1998, page A19. Review of Science Odessey and mentions images from Cox.


Data and Visualization Corridors, Report on the 1998 DVC Workshop Series, edited by Paul H. Smith and John van Rosendale, sponsored by the Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation, published by the California Institute of Technology, copyright 1998, Cox citation and photo about Virtual Director application, page 33.


" 'Cosmic Voyager' Donna Cox is IU's first Distinguished Visiting Technologist”: Making the Invisible Visible," by Jayne Spencer, Home Pages Indiana University, Volume 3, Issue 8, October 30, 1998, page A1, A4.


USA Today, April 30, 1998, Section 2B, “Setting up a PC-mouse trap: High-end applications explore new alternatives,” by Kevin Maney, quote by Cox on virtual reality and her ImmersaDesk application, Virtual Director.


“Modern Times,” Austrian TV-science magazine, Guenther Mayr, Producer Science Unit, review of Cox’s CAVE work, Summer 1997.


Inside Illinois, “’Cosmic Voyage’ nominated for Academy Award” by Melissa Mitchell, Volume 16, Number 17, March 20, 1997, pages 1, 5.


Chicago Sun-Times, “Beyond the Internet,” Mark Cowman, Associated Press, Business Section, Cox photo with NSFnet in CAVE, February 4, 1997, page 42.


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “For scientists, no more waiting on line,” February 4, 1997, Section D1, photo and review of Cox in CAVE using virtual reality system.


News-Gazette, “Short film produced by UI professor up for Oscar: NCSA tool helps IMAX viewers take ‘Cosmic Voyage’,“ by Julie Wurth, January 22, 1997.


Community Newspapers, “Blend of Art, Science: UW-Madison graduate creates new film technique,” by Rich Rovito, in WeekEnder section, June 19, 1997, page 3. Review of “Cosmic Voyage,” and interview with Cox.


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, “A ‘Cosmic Voyage’ well worth the Taking,” movie review by Duane Dudek, film critic, June 6, 1997, page 7B, Cox interview and movie review of “Cosmic Voyage”


Commercial-News, “New network to speed up Internet: super system will make life easier for many users, AP, photo of Cox and citation Virtual reality on the network, Danville, Illinois, February 4, 1997, pg 7A.


Communication Arts, “Report from ACD: Design for the Internet,” by Sam McMillan, January/February 1997, p. 131-135; quote from Cox about designing for the internet.


The New York Times, “A Great Big Bang and a Cage Full of Quarks,” by Malcolm W. Browne, Friday, September 27, 1996.


Cinescape, The World of Interactive Entertainment, “Mad IMAX”, page 76, 77, Cox’s work photographed and she is interviewed and quoted about her work on the IMAX film, “Cosmic Voyage,” August, 1996.


NBC Dateline, following NBC nightly news with Tom Brokaw, produced by Jeffrey Pohlman, Summer 1996, use of Virtual Director footage and Cosmic Voyage footage.


Popular Science, “Getting Inside Special Effects,” Electronics edited by Frank Vizard, Newsfronts section, September 1996, p. 36. Photo and review of Cox working in CAVE on “Cosmic Voyage”.

“Metropolis,” TVE (Spanish Public Network), television show, broadcast “Cosmic Voyage: Galaxy Formation and Interaction,” from SIGGRAPH Electronic Theatre film selection, September, 1996.


The Washington Post, “’Cosmic Voyage’: IMAXimum Strength” by Kathy Sawyer, Friday, August 9, 1996, Style Section, B1, B2. Review of supercomputer simulations within Cosmic Voyage.


“Creating Computer Graphics Choreography with Virtual Director,” by Sara Latta, interview and visualization images, NCSA Access (summer 1996):;


R&D Research & Development, “Backbone Bore Brunt of Internet Traffic” by Studt T., page 25, August 1996; August 1996, Vol. 38, No. 9) p. 25. Cover image and article.


For Your Information (FYI), National Science Foundation, Office of Legislative and Public Affairs press release, “NSF Research is Key to New IMAX film,” July 1996; “The Science behind ‘Cosmic Voyage,’” by Michael Fluhraty, July 30, 1996.;;


Illinois Quarterly, May/June 1996, "Supercomputing goes Hollywood", by Nancy Gilmore, article about Cox's work on Cosmic Voyage with photos and interview, p 26 -28.


IRIS Universe, Number Thirty-Five, Spring 1996, "The Universe in a CAVE", article about Cox's work on Cosmic Voyage using Virtual Director. Photos of Cox and digital images. p. 28-32.


The Big Frame: A Publication of the International Space Theater Consortium, Spring 1996, "The Making of Cosmic Voyage", p. 29-34. On page 34, picture of Cox in Virtual Director and article about visualizations and VR in the making of "Cosmic Voyage" IMAX film.


“Creating the Universe – on a computer,” by Paul Wood, The Champaign-Urbana News Gazette, February 23, 1996, p. 1, 12-13. Review of Cox’s making of Cosmic Voyage.


The Champaign-Urbana News Gazette, “Computer-animated film a hit for UI Team: Pair face stiff competition for best-short Oscar,” February 16, 1996, page A-3. article about Cox’s class and former students being nominated for Academy Award (Chris Landreth and Robin Bargar)


The Champaign-Urbana News Gazette, “Virtually Exciting” by Paul Wood, quote by Cox, February 15, 1996, page C-2.


Millimeter, July 1993, published image and article about Cox's computer graphics opener for CNN Science and Technology Week


Byte Magazine, NSFnet published in "Navigating the Data Flood," April 1993, p 132.


Art Cellar Exchange, "CHANGING THE MARK, Computing Immortality," March 1992, p.8-10.


Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, NSFnet published in "Clinton's Computer 'Highway' to Spur Information Age" in, April 3, 1993, p 827.


Grand Challenge 93: High Performance Computing and Communications, The FY 1993 U.S. Research and Development Program, A Report by the Committee on Physical, Mathematical, and Engineering Sciences Federal Coordinating Council for Science, Engineering and Technology -- To Supplement the President's Fiscal Year 1993 Budget, NSFnet cover image, p. 21.


"International Computer Artists," Lecture by Daria Barclay, Computers and Artists, New York City, New York, June 18 - 19, 1992.


IEEE Communications Magazine, "In Search of Gigabit Applications," April 1992, cover and p. 42-51


Mac Week, "What is Happening to the Internet," April 27, 1992, p. 24-26


IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, Vol.12, No.1, January 1992, p.15-17.


Discover Magazine, the World of Science, Women in Science Special issue, "Art for Science Sake," by Tim Folger Volume 12, No.10, December 1991, p.18-21. Article featuring Donna Cox and her computer artwork. * one in the index, one image p. 8 in the 'from the editor' section, centerfold color image p. 17-18, three color images in the article p. 19-21.


Supercomputing and the Transformation of Science, William Kaufmann III and Larry Smarr, published by Scientific American Library, New York, 1993, Cox citations and published imagery p. 21, 67-68,213.


1991 NCGA Show Daily." Animations Stretch Boundaries of Computer Graphics," Computer Graphics World, April 23, 1991, p.1,4-5


"Educators Art," Lecture by Daria Barclay, Northwest Council for Computer Education, Portland Oregon, April 19 - 20, 1991.


"American Computer Art Scene & Emerging Artists to Watch," Lecture by Daria Barclay, The Third Annual Hawaiian Computer Art Exhibition, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 10, 1991


Iris Universe, "Iris Goes to School," Issue Number 14, 1990, p. 12-17.


Fredrick Magazine, "Daydreams to Bitstreams: dazzling computer art show in town," Fredrick, Maryland, November 1990


IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, “Projects in VR,” by Maxine Brown and Tom DeFanti, Review of IMAX Cosmic Voyage, July 1996, Page 17.


R & D, "Scientific Visualization: A New Computer Research Tool," April 1990, p. 50-60.


The Fredrick Post, "Art by computation on view at arts center," Fredrick Maryland, April 4, 1990.


The Australian, "Graphics 'party' a big hit," September 18, 1990, p. 23.


The Australian, "Ausgraph 90 reveals power of graphics," November 1990.


Computer Graphics World, "Reality Check," December 1990, p.6-8.


The Chronicle of Higher Education, "An Artist Whose Work Reflects & Extends the Most Dominant Forces in Our Culture," the Arts Section, Cox interview and 5 color art works published, October 11, 1990, p. B5-B7.


Programming the User Interface: Principles and Examples, Authors: J.R. Brown, University of Iowa, and Steve Cunningham, California State University (John Wiley & Sons, NY: 1989). *Reviews D. Cox's work on color research. p. 179 - 180. Full-color images by D. Cox.


Digitale Visionen: Die laufenden Bilder aus dem Computer, IBM Deutschland GmbH 1989, p. 90-91. Full color images.


Supercomputing Review, "Computer Sculpture from 'Renaissance Team'," June 1989, p. 6-7, article on cover image by Cox and team. Four color images printed with story about the collaboration.


National Geographic, "Images for the Computer Age," Volume 175, No. 6, June, 1989, p. 719-751. Quote from Donna Cox on p. 750. Images by Donna Cox on p.721, 739. *Reviewed concept of 'Renaissance Teams', quote from Cox


IM BMW - Pavillon, "Computergraphik," W. H. Bencker, Lenbachplatz 7, Bis 4.6.89.


The Scientist, "Images Worth Thousands of Bits of Data: Computer artist transform equations into dramatic simulations at Illinois," C. Anderson, Volume 3, #3, p.1, article, continued p. 16-17, Feb 6, 1989.


Audio-Visual Communications, "Paint by Numbers," L. Lothian, Jan. 1989. Article featuring D. Cox and her work in computer art.


VDI nachrichten magazin, "Das synthetische Labor der Wissenschaft,"1989 p. 37-39. *This German four-color magazine published several images by Donna Cox and reviewed her Renaissance Team concept at NCSA.


American Scientist, "Science Observer: What's New in Supercomputing," cites Cox work and images, November - December 1989, p. 523-527.


The International Journal of Supercomputer Applications, "Renaissance Teams for Science and Art," Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 1989, review of Cox work.


DuPage Profile, Leisure Section, "Computer Turns out Art: Traveling Exhibition at College of DuPage," Glen Ellyn, IL. , p. 6, January 18-19, 1989.


"Visualization: State of the Art, an Update 1988," ACM SIGGRAPH 89 Video Review Specials #35, 1988; Full-color image for the brochure, and interview by Donna Cox on the video tape


Computers in Science, "The Visualization Challenge in the Physical Sciences," Volume 2, No. 1, p. 22. January-February 1988. Includes a citation of Cox's work with full-color image. National circulation.


The New York Times, "Supercomputer Pictures Solve the Once Insoluble", J. Markoff, Sunday, Oct. 30, 1988, p 1, 17. Reference to "Renaissance Teams" p. 17.


Suomen Kuvalehti, "Mielikuvituksen Laboratorio", FINLAND, December 11, 1988, p. 18-22, Article featuring D. Cox and her work in computer art and scientific visualization. *This publication is the analogous to TIME magazine


New Art Examiner, "Art From Computer: An Illinois Survey," M. Segard, Chicago, Nov. 1988. A positive review of Cox's images that were on display at the State of Illinois Art Gallery.


Detroit Free Press, "Seeing is Understanding", Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1988, front page of section B on Science and Medicine, and p. 3.


Chicago Sun Times, "Computer Paints Cosmic View," J. Ritter, Sunday, Nov 13, 1988. cites Cox’s work.


IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, "More Than Science, More Than Art," M. Neal (cover story), November 1988. p. 3-5. cites Cox’s work.


IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, "The Visual Think," p. 3-6 by M. Neal and "The Interactive Image," p. 10-16 by M. Brown, January, 1988. Article includes Cox's installation and supercomputer graphics: 10 full-color images with review.


IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, "1988 SIGGRAPH Art Show, a Review," P. D. Prince, September, 1988, p. 15-24.


Computer Graphics World, "Colliding Stars: Graphics Enhance Understanding of Neutron Stars," p. 58-60. December 1987. Features a special article on Cox's collaborative work in scientific visualization with full color images. This publication received national circulation.


The Wall Street Journal, "Computers Are Making Strides in Portraying Scientists' Ideas," by Dennis Kneale. Friday, November 6, 1987. Cites Cox's computer animation collaboration on the front page of the technology section.


Science News, "Twists of Space," cover and p. 259, 264-266, Washington D.C.., October 24, 1987. Written by Ivars Peterson. Features a special in-depth cover story article reviewing Cox's collaborative project with mathematician and programmer. Includes full color images and an image on the cover.


Chicago Tribune, "Drawing Conclusions: Computer Graphics Help Bring Overwhelming Data into Focus," Tomorrow section. Sunday, November 2, 1986; p. 1, 8. Features the article and color reproductions on the first page of the Tomorrow section. Reviews scientific visualization collaboration between Cox, Agricultural Entymologist, and programmer.


Computers and Electronics Graduate, "Computer Graphics: An Electrifying Field," Green Lawn, NY; Vol. 5, No. 1, p. 28-32, Fall 1987. By Margo Gerard. This national academic publication focuses on Cox as a computer artist/educator . Includes full-color images with editorial.


The Daily Record, "Cox Exhibition Highlights 'Compulages'," Wooster, OH, January 10, 1987. Features Cox's accomplishments, announcing her one-woman show. Includes black and white reproduction of art work.


Chronicle-Telegram Theatre/Arts, "Definition of Utopic Technologist: Donna Cox," Cleveland, OH; May 22, 1987. Features a cover article on first page of the Arts section reviewing Cox's philosophies and art/science work. Includes color reproductions of art.


Science News, "Corn Borers Beware the Chips," Washington, D.C.; January 10, 1987. National publication citing Cox's collaboration with Agricultural Entymologist. Includes a full-color image.


ACM: Computer Graphics, "Venus in Time," January 1987. Cover Image with artist's statement. Cover art commissioned by Copper Giloth, Head Computer Graphics, University of Massachusetts-Amherst.


The Collegian, "Expert will make abstractions into reality," Elyria, OH; May 19, 1987. Features a preview of artist's work and presentation.


The Cleveland Journal: Area and State, "Windows of Infinity," Cleveland, OH; May 28, 1987. This publication, circulated through the Midwest region, features a color reproduction and announcement of Cox's one-woman show.


"Fourth International Colloquium on Invertebrate Pathology," research presented by David Onstad, Agricultural Entymologist; Data structure, color algorithm, and images created by Cox. Veldhoven, NETHERLANDS. August 18-22, 1986. Paper given by David Onstad.


"International Astronomical Union Symposium 123 "Stellar Oscillation," paper presented by Barbara Mihalas, astrophysicist; Color algorithm and images created by Cox. Aarhus, DENMARK. July 7-11, 1986.


IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, "NCGA Video /Gala Winners," May 1986, p. 14-20. Article includes a description of Cox's computer animation with full-color image. National publication


IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, "Raster Tech Contest Serves CG Industry," November 1985, p. 16. Article includes description of Cox computer art and algorithm with full-color image. National publication.



        Published Images and Animations



NSFnet image published in Science, “Making Connections,” Newsfocus, Volume 313, August 4, 2006, published by AAAS, p. 604-606


Sergey Brin and Larry Page: Founders of Google, author Casey White, “The NSFnet” image published, Rosen Publishing, 2006


SIGGRAPH 2005 Video Review animation archive, “Visualization of an F3 Tornado within a Simulated Supercell Thunderstorm,” August 2005.


Minotaure, NSFnet image published in “La Geopolitique de l’Internet,” Issue Number 5, Paris, March, 2004, p. 24-25

History of Our World Survey, “The NSFnet” image published, Pearson Educations Book, 2004


“Beyond Human: The New Age of Cyborgs and Androids, PBS Television, Part I “Body Electric” May 15, 2001, 8 pm; Part II, “Living Machines”, Cox was animation supervisor, Thomas Lucas Productions in Association with PBS.


Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, Volume 32 Number 3, 1999; images on Front and Back Covers, "Virtually Collaborating Happy Net Users," cover; "Old-Familiar Is-ness", back.


Michael Zyda, Editor, Networked Virtual Environments - Design and Implementation, ACM Press, book in print by July 1999; also see


Life by the Numbers, video tape and book, Keith Devlin, John Wiley, 1998. (The companion to the PBS television series by the same name)


PBS Home Video, A Science Odessy Series, originally aired January 12, 1998; Cox’s cosmological visualizations are shown as part of two episodes: “Bigger, Better, Faster” and "Mysteries of the Universe”, copyright 1998.


PBS Home Video, Mysteries of Deep Space, Three-Volume Video Set, Cox’s cosmological visualizations are shown, television premier April 1997, now on video, copyright 1998.


"Touch the Future," Education Outreach Training-Partners Alliance Computational Infrastructure, November 1998, article by Cox on Virtual Director.


Information Systems Innovations: New Visions and Ventures, Center for Research of Preventing and Managing Chronic Illness (CRCI), Chapel Hill School of nursing, book chapter, NSFnet image, March 1998.


Computer Graphics, Publication of ACM SIGGRAPH Volume 32 Number 1, February 1998, page 7 and cover.


Daily Illini, “Professors nominated for Academy Award, ‘Cosmic Voyage’: UI Instructors recognized for documentary’s visualization,” by Karen Balsley, March 5, 1997, pg. 5. Cox interviewed.


The Computer Triangle: Hardware, Softwae and People, 2nd edition by Robert Oakman, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. NewYork, 1996. published Internet map showing byte traffic.


Daily Illini, “Heavenly Creation,” by Karla Miller, February 12, 1997. Review of Cox’s work on Cosmic Voyage.


Newsweek, May 6, 1996, "A New Map of the Internet" in Cyberscope section, published & credited image of a visualization of the internet by Cox/Patterson.


Super Interessante, Brazil, NSFnet internet traffic, Editora Abril, Michael McNally, New York, June 1996.


Covert Action, “Trawling the Internet,” by Wendell Minnick, Spring 1995, Number 52, p. 61-62. published & credited image of visualization of the internet by Cox/Patterson.


Fujita Research, Encino, California, RENTE exhibition hall, “Cosmic Voyage Galaxy Formation and Interaction,” 1995-1996 program.

The New York Times, Tues May 18, 1993, "Doing Science on the Network: A Long Way from Gutenberg" in Science Times, page B5, B10, published & credited image of visualization of NSFnet.


Technology Review, “Life on the Net,” July 30, 1994, NSFnet image published and credited, July 30, 1994.


Fortune, Dec. 13, 1993, Vol 128, No 15 p 66, p 3, "Welcome to the Revolution", published NSFnet image.


Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, April 3, 1993, p 827, photo used for article "Clinton's Computer 'Highway' to Spur Information Age"


Byte Magazine, published NSFnet image in "Navigating the Data Flood", Apr 1993, p. 132


Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, Spring 1993, The MIT Press, NSFnet cover image for publication.


Visualization in Scientific Computing, ACM SIGGRAPH 89 Video Review Specials #28, "Instabilities in Supersonic Flow" (One video selection) ; #42, "Kodak Supercomputational Science 1988", "Black Hole Space Times", "Etruscan Venus", "Hydrogen Diffusion on a Platinum Surface" (Four video selections)


Grand Challenge 93: High Performance Computing and Communications, The FY 1993 U.S. Research and Development Program, A Report by the Committee on Physical, Mathematical, and Engineering Sciences Federal Coordinating Council for Science, Engineering and Technology -- To Supplement the President's Fiscal Year 1993 Budget *NSFnet image, cover (middle image) and p. 21


“Computing without Boundaries,” Information Week, cover story and published NSFnet image on cover and in article, August 3, 1992, p. 23-24.


"NSFNET: Bring the World of Ideas Together," Merit Networking, Inc. Poster and Brochure, 1992.


Computer-Based Imaging And Telecommunications, (Technology Futures, Inc., Austin, Texas: 1991) *Artwork Colorplate 6


THE UNIVERSE WITHIN: Human Body illustrated by computer graphics, (NHK Publishing co., Ltd: 1991). *Artwork on p.101


Mathematical Sciences, Technology, and Economic Competitiveness, Board on Mathematical Sciences, Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Applications, and National Research Council (National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.: 1991) * Artwork on p.77


Visualization in Teaching and Learning Mathematics, Steve Cunningham & Walt Zimmermann (the Mathematical Association of America Library of Congress: 1991). *Artwork on Colorplate 1.


Introduction to Computers and Information Systems, R.A. Szymanski, et al. (Macmillian Publishing Co., New York:1991). *Artwork p.243 (bottom)


The Science Year 1991, "Super Computers," (World Book, Inc., 1991).


Tension-22: Australian and International Arts, “Ausgraph ’90 will feature Donna Cox,” in the News-News-News, published by The Virgin Press Publishing Co., August-September, 1990, page 5. Published image and review of work.

Unix Review, "Insight Through Images", March 1989, p. 42-50. Figure 6 on p. 50.


Cray Channels, full-color image of astrophysical jet chosen for the "Gallery" Summer 1988, p. 41.


Frontiers in Numerical Relativity, ed. C.R. Evans, L.S. Finn, D.W. Hobill, (Cambridge University Press, NY, 1988). Cover Illustration of book.


Mosaic, "The Better to See", published by the National Science Foundation, Volume 19 Number 2, Summer 1988, Full-color images p. 28 and 30.


University of Illinois Press Books and Journals, Spring/Summer 1987. Full-color image and artist's statement.


Ninth Annual Fantastic in the Arts Program Cover Image design by Cox and biography, Boca Raton, Florida, April 1987.


Supercomputing Review, "From Here to Eternity : Through a Black Hole," March, 1989. published image.


Computers in Physics, premiere issue, Nov/Dec 1991. Features two full-color images by Cox.


Silicon Graphics Annual Report, Fiscal Year 1987. Features a full-color reproduction of Cox's computer image.


Dallas Herald, Dallas City, "Technology in Art," p. 16, August 10, 1986. Features a color reproduction of computer work announcing art exhibit.


National Computer Graphics Association, Preliminary Program Review, September 1, 1986. Features color image.


State Journal Register, The Weekend, September 19, 1986. This publication, circulated state-wide, features a color reproduction for front page cover of Arts Section.