Cube FieldBy Desmond Clarke
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Paper, Computer controlled pen on paper
Dimensions: 42cm (H) x 30cm (W) / 16.5" (H) x 11.8" (W)
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This plot is a great example of one of my favourite aspects of algorithmic art: when a single elegant process leads to a dense and intricate outcome. Here, a cube has been split into hundreds of smaller cubes, the size of which is modulated by their distance from the centre. This equation can be written in a single line, but the outcome, when plotted, is a rich and detailed visual texture. This was the first in a short series of plots exploring a series of related ideas, but it remains my favourite of the set for the simplicity of its composition and the richness of its realisation.
Based in: York
Desmond Clarke (b. 1989) is a composer, visual artist and oboist based in the North of England. His work has been performed and exhibited extensively around the UK as well as throughout Europe and in North America.
Throughout his multi-disciplinary practice, Desmond’s work unpicks the relationships between underlying processes and …
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