Boolean Nature (2008)

In logic and computer programming, a Boolean operator is a type of variable between two states. In computer-generated imagery, Boolean operations enable one to subtract, add or create an intersection between two objects. In this series Arcier has painstakingly constructed landscape scenes, upon which he applies spherical boolean subtractions.

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In logic and computer programming, a Boolean operator is a type of variable between two states. In computer-generated imagery, Boolean operations enable one to subtract, add or create an intersection between two objects. In this series Arcier has painstakingly constructed landscape scenes, upon which he applies spherical boolean subtractions. The resulting images are morbid representations of computational logic applied to nature. The works are completed through the production and sculptural realization of the portion that has been subtracted from the virtual scene.

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