space.color.motion (2002)

P-777 space.color.motion, is an abstract non-repetitive computer animation which should be seen as a permanently changing 'painting.'

Based on a 'subset' of elements from a 6-dimensional hypercube and 25 selected colors, an algorithm written by myself, is rotating this structure in 6-D, calculating the images in real time.

The continuously changing images reveal an abundance of geometric forms and juxtapositions of colors. Their spatial relationships, however, are not based on any color theory. The colors should be seen as random elements, showing through their differentiation the complexity and spatial ambiguity which is essential to my work. This is a medidative visual piece with no audio distraction and is normally presented on a flat LCD screen(1600x1200) with a dedicated high speed computer running my program which calculates a never repeating animation in very slow motion.

For the purpose of this presentation, a 1 minute excerpt has been recorded as a ...

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P-777 space.color.motion, is an abstract non-repetitive computer animation which should be seen as a permanently changing 'painting.'

Based on a 'subset' of elements from a 6-dimensional hypercube and 25 selected colors, an algorithm written by myself, is rotating this structure in 6-D, calculating the images in real time.

The continuously changing images reveal an abundance of geometric forms and juxtapositions of colors. Their spatial relationships, however, are not based on any color theory. The colors should be seen as random elements, showing through their differentiation the complexity and spatial ambiguity which is essential to my work. This is a medidative visual piece with no audio distraction and is normally presented on a flat LCD screen(1600x1200) with a dedicated high speed computer running my program which calculates a never repeating animation in very slow motion.

For the purpose of this presentation, a 1 minute excerpt has been recorded as a gif-animation.

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