Decoupling


United States

New Media
Size: 30 H x 40 W x 0.5 in

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Art Description

New Media: Algorithmic Art and New Media on Aluminium and Paper.

Selected for ArtSpan's Art Bridge Benefit Auction in San Francisco, CA.

I write computer code that generates art; turning algorithms, binary ideas and digital explorations into a visual consequence of the input. This code results in large-scale, computer-generated digital prints that display the tense visual expression forged from pushing randomness through a rigid rule structure. My practice draws inspiration from understanding the consequences of interconnected and simple rules, resulting in fantastically intricate and subtle visual compositions.

I am drawn to the precision and reproducibility of utilizing computer code to produce artwork and see unlimited potential in working with digital images with pixel-level exactness. I am deeply interested in the idea of control – color and scale within my compositions – as well as relinquishing this control to constrained computational randomness.

My piece, Decoupling (2016), is inspired by connecting several experiments in achieving the illusion of motion through static images, and the interplay of decoupling fluidity in the arc from the rigid and angular rectangles.

This image was not complete until it was actualized in the real world as a mounted print – it is a metal print under acrylic.

Keywords: rectangles, twirling, black and white , generative art, motion capture

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Abstract, Abstract Expressionism

Mediums: Algorithmic Art, New Media

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