Michael Joaquin Grey worked with Randolph Huff to create "a 3-D neural network animation that documents morphological and developmental changes in a Medusa-like artificial life form."
It "bears an uncanny resemblance to jellyfish but is the emergent result of exhaustive iterations of relatively simple instruction sets."
In 1996, Michael Joaquin Grey published the essay, "Jelly Lovers: Dreams of Causality" in Art Journal .
Michael Joaquin Grey, "Jelly Lovers: Dreams of Causality" in Art Journal 55:1:36.
 Edward A. Shanken, From Drips to ZOOBs: The Cosmology of Artist/Inventor Michael Grey, , http://www.artexetra.com/ALife.pdf
 Edward A. Shanken, Art and Electronic Media, p.41