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Jack Ox, Research Scholar at the University of New Mexico, creates visual maps of the deep structures of music. Her work includes visualizations of Igor Stravinsky's Symphony in Three Movements, Gregorian Chant, and Debussy's Nuages .

In addition to Jack Ox's music visualization technology and her extraordinary gift for drawing and painting, Jack Ox is a philosopher of the aesthetics of New Media. Ox has been on the editorial board of Leonardo for over 10 years and was guest co-editor "Synesthesia and Intersense".

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During her six year stay in Germany Jack Ox made an 800 sq. ft. visualization of Kurt Schwitters' Ursonate . She made an Ursonate presentation at the Centre Georges Pompidou during the Kurt Schwitters retrospective in Paris in 1994, and exhibited the complete cycle of 12 paintings based on Anton Bruckner's 8th Symphony in 1996 at the Neue Galerie der Stadt Linz , Austria.   In 2004 she showed the complete Ursonate at the Muzeum Sztuki in Lodz, Poland, in conjunction with the first Polish Kurt Schwitters exhibition, which was sponsored by the German government.

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