Professor Luecking recently joined CTI after 25 years in DePaul's Department of Art and Art History. In those years he has logged nearly 150 exhibits, 20 of which have been one-person shows. His 63 articles, essays and reviews have appeared in national and international art journals. His book Object, Space and Meaning is published by Prentice-Hall. Since 1990 he has created six monumental public sculptures, mostly in Illinois. He first applied 3D graphics to sculpture in 1974, but he has only recently begun concentrating primarily on 3D graphics in solid object interfaces.
Graphics / Animation, Geometric Modeling, Animation Techniques
Specific Research Areas
Solid object applications in sculpture.
Computer Sculpture Society, College Art Association, SIGGRAPH