Leonardo, vol.34, #5, the MIT Press, The Ninth New York Digital Salon.
• Who's Who
Romanians in America, Danway Publications, Montreal, Canada.
• Leonardo, vol.33, #5, the MIT Press. The Eighth New York Digital Salon.
Leonardo, vol.32, #5, the MIT Press. The Seventh New York Digital Salon.
Solberg, Critical note, at the Fifth Annual New York
has created a composition that visually astonishes and intrigues the
viewer. He begins with "mathematical essences" that then
creates his art through a process that he terms a "surprising virtual nature".
His algorithms"create his images". His goal is to bring
about a meeting of Western technology and Eastern spirituality.
• Leonardo, vol.30, #5, the MIT Press. The Fifth New York Digital Salon.
• Leonardo, vol.29, #5, the MIT Press. The Fourth New York Digital
Sozanski, The Galleries' Review, The Philadelphia
Feb. 16, Philadelphia.
who is also in the Silicon Gallery show, is a pure computer artist,
and an unusually imaginative one. His large laser prints express a strong
computer-generated personality but they also indicate that Epure thinks
primarily like a painter, not a computer jock."
• A letter from Prof. Dr. Georg Nees, Erlangen, Germany:
..." The material you sent me is that rich and important, that it has gotten
an extra file in my private library. What was the real surprise o course,
is the copy of Connaissance des arts - 264 - fevrier 1974, proving our
that early companionship in exhibiting computer art. So you are a real
pioneer of computer art!!!
What I admire highly, is your ability to invent innovative canons
of form. Your handling of the circle segment not only as syntactic
basic element, but your using it as the esthetic skeleton for
designing even the human gestalt, this is amazing... So you have found
yourself your personal language and writing of form, what is a rare
event, I think. The collection of pages, labeled by "Research of primitives
as an intersection of a flux of stimuli and a curve with feedback",
this was and is my favorite"...
• Leonardo, vol.28, #5, the MIT Press 1995. The Third New York Digital Salon.