“Variable-Density–9-7_19-28-40_mode_bulle_n200000_it1_eta0_01”

“Variable-Density–9-7_19-28-40_mode_bulle_n200000_it1_eta0_01”, 2019. Fine Art print on paper, wooden frame, 50 x 50 cm. Edition of 2 copies + 2EA. ©adagp

This series explores the emergence of a texture from an optimized space.

The starting point is characterized by a random distribution of points, these are then connected in such a way as to create the maximum number of connections without them overlapping.

Each of the works and their uniqueness is based on the relationship of the number of points to a given surface associated with tension settings and optimization of the organization of space. Plastic research consists in exploring the multiplicity of resulting spaces. The resulting structures correspond to the way a network of bubbles or even a network of neurons is structured.

This series is the result of ongoing research work; in collaboration with Dr. Laurent Perrinet, neuroscientist researcher. The purpose of this research was to develop a graphical algorithm conducive to displaying visual figures. The developed program is based on the formulas of Voronï, Poisson sampling, Optimal packing.

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“Variable-Density–9-7_19-28-40_mode_bulle_n200000_it1_eta0_01”, 2019. Fine Art print on paper, wooden frame, 50 x 50 cm. Edition of 2 copies + 2EA. ©adagp

This series explores the emergence of a texture from an optimized space.

The starting point is characterized by a random distribution of points, these are then connected in such a way as to create the maximum number of connections without them overlapping.

Each of the works and their uniqueness is based on the relationship of the number of points to a given surface associated with tension settings and optimization of the organization of space. Plastic research consists in exploring the multiplicity of resulting spaces. The resulting structures correspond to the way a network of bubbles or even a network of neurons is structured.

This series is the result of ongoing research work; in collaboration with Dr. Laurent Perrinet, neuroscientist researcher. The purpose of this research was to develop a graphical algorithm conducive to displaying visual figures. The developed program is based on the formulas of Voronï, Poisson sampling, Optimal packing.