The author's work Mnemonic Notations represents the evolution of one computer graphic file, first generated in 1990. The author has modified the file for over a decade in response to exposure to many ideas and influences. The Mnemonic Notations file has been output and visually represented as paintings and prints. Mnemonic Notations files were also used as the basis of the Mnemonic Notations CD-ROMs and interactive installations, as well as digital photographic works dealing with fictional documentations.
Phillip George is a Sydney-based artist with an extensive record of national and international exhibitions, 21 solo exhibitions and over 60 group exhibitions including representations in New York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Kyoto, Auckland, Athens, Siberia, Venice, Paris, London, Beijing and Frankfurt. He has also had representation in the 2001, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, and 1992 SIGGRAPH Art Shows. His work has been exhibited from the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. His work represented Australia at the 2001 ARCO Contemporary Art Fair in Madrid. Phillip George holds a Diploma in Art from the National Art School and a MFA from the University of New South Wales.