Kym Cox - Trinity College Dublin

I was a Fingerprint Expert now I'm a practitioner of 'ArtScience', (artist, photographer and scientist). Extreme macro photography of soap bubbles, soap films and foams is my area of expertise. One of my photographs was selected for the Royal Photographic Society's 'International Images for Science 2015' exhibition, British Science Festival, Bradford, (woo-hoo!). Check out my website: www.kymcox.com
   
Full Name: Kym Cox
   
Institution: Trinity College Dublin
    
Department: Foams & Complex Systems Group
     
Position: Visiting Research Assistant
    
      
ORGASMIC, Rude Bubbles series 2011
Colour photograph of complex soap bubble structures and fluid flow. This image is one in the series 'Rude Bubbles', the visual interpretation of each photograph in the series imply sexual innuendo.
      
CHILDHOOD, Grace series 2014 
Colour photograph of complex soap bubble structures. Bubbles have a long history of representation in art, denoting a life, love, material possessions and wealth can be lost in a moment, gone forever. 'Childhood' is one photograph in a series of nine with each representing one particular stage in our lives.
      
YOUNG ADULT, Grace series, 2013

Colour photograph of complex soap bubble structures. Bubbles have a long history of representation in art, denoting a life, love, material possessions and wealth can be lost in a moment, gone forever. 'Young Adult' is one photograph in a series of nine with each representing one particular stage in our lives.
       
No. 83, Eclipse series, 2014
This photograph show light interference and fluid flow patterns of a soap film. Interference colours are seen when light is directed onto the film at a certain angle.
     
LIGHT & DARK, 2012
Colour photograph showing soap bubble structures with fluid flow and light interference patterns. 
     
No. 12, Together series, 2010 Colour photograph showing soap bubbles, fluid flow and a soap film. Light interference colours and patterns are revealed when a light source is directed at certain angles onto the the soap film.
     
PURPLE WAYS, 2010 Colour showing soap bubbles photographed through polarised light.
      
No. 4, Colour Code series, 2014 Colour photograph showing the colours of light interference patterns of a soap film. The colours are only visible when the light source is directed at a certain angle to the soap film. Each colour represents the angle to which white light is refracted and allows accurate measurement of film thickness.
     
No. 45, Interference series, 2012 Colour photograph showing complex soap bubble structures, fluid flow and light interference patterns. Soap bubbles are a an important subject for research because of their relationship with minimal surfaces.
      
No. 21, Organised Chaos series, 2013 Black and white photograph showing complex soap bubble structures. Soap bubbles are an important subject for research because of their relationship with minimal surfaces.

 

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