Tiffany C. Inglis

Postdoctoral Fellow
Faculty of Informatics, Technische Universität München
Munich, Germany
I am a computer scientist with a passion for puzzles and drawing. My research in computer graphics involves developing algorithms for creating styles of art, including pixel art and Op Art. In addition to creating mathematical art, I also practice other forms of digital art, pencil/charcoal sketches, and comic drawing.
Devil's Pipe Organ
31" x 37"
Digital print
2014
This piece was inspired by my experience with the pipe organ in Enschede and designed using the software I created for constructing impossible figures with axonometric blocks. Several well-known illusions are illustrated, including the Penrose triangle in the music stand and the blivet---also known as the Devil's tuning fork---as the pipes. The chandelier is based on Henry Segerman's stereographic circle pattern projection (used with permission).