The Random Walks: Series Three - Copper Fields
The series is based on an on-going investigation of form, as depicted by (post-)Impressionism,
expressed via novel and contemporary techniques.
The Impressionist technique of the past employed a repetitive sequence of brush stokes to deliver an overall form.
The strokes were very similar and patternised but appear random and intricate due to the hand-crafted nature of the stroke movement.
A Random Walk is a mathematical object, used mainly for statistical analysis, simulation and visualisation.
Here, a custom adaptation of this object generates formations that imagine fictional landscapes.
The landscapes are produced through a seamless and intuitive dialogue
between man-made gestures and computational detailing,
imitating the process of the Impressionist painters.
A multi-layered approach reveals or superimposes thin random paths of colour across of the canvas.
After thousands of iterations, parametrical manipulation and artistic intent, each piece emerges as a unique composition.
10 SINGLES / 1000x1000 MM / GICLEE PRINTS ON HAHNEMUHLE PAPER
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