Aim My art work stemmed from a desire to explore the process of making something big out something small. Inspiration Influenced by the artworks of Swiss artist Zimoun, who uses elements such as cork balls and cotton balls, that on their own are quite mundane to make an aesthetically pleasing sound space. Although my piece does not … Continue reading 1020 Pins – MEDA102 Exhibition Piece
Amidst the past two/ three of MEDA102, we have began learning the basics of the computing language, Processing. Looking at different tools and techniques that will allow us to create our own unique piece computational art, that explores the concept of iteration. My dynamic sketch explores how the processes of repetition, in hand with randomisation … Continue reading Psychedelic Milky Way
Last week I was introduced to a man named Sol Lewitt. LeWitt was an American artist, whose vast collection of geometric sculptures and wall paintings pioneered the conceptual and minimalist art movements in the 1960’s; with his concepts and ideas still being practiced in the modern day. “I wasn’t really that interested in objects. I was interested … Continue reading LeWitt’s Concept.