• additional view of artwork by Jean Constant
  • additional view of artwork by Jean Constant
  • additional view of artwork by Jean Constant

Stochastic art, the Hermann grid #2


United States

New Media
Size: 24 H x 24 W x 2 in

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Art Description

New Media: Algorithmic Art, Vector, Digital, Dye Transfer and Paper on Aluminium, Canvas and Paper.

The shortest route problem is a well-known case study used in model optimization to introduce randomness: what is the shortest route from left point to right point on the board. This is a variation of 10 artworks on the problem. I built the visuals around the board and used color or transparency to help the viewer find the solution. I also introduced elements of optical illusion based on the Hermann grid to add to the visualization random effects.

Keywords: random, randomness, stochastic, mathematics and art, stochastic art, mathematical visualization, the shortest route problem, Hermann grid, MathArt

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Abstract, Conceptual, Fine Art, Modern

Mediums: Algorithmic Art, Vector, Digital, Dye Transfer, Paper

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