The Un-making of a Cyborg (detail) – Scloopy
Scloopy’s ‘The un-making of a Cyborg’ contains a set of compositions of wirey extrusions and explosions. As the title suggests the structures pertain to the deconstruction of a some kind of robotic/cybernetic entity. A Processing script was used to generate the shapes which were then imported into Cinema4d for final rendering.
Sanch has recently documented his Foldable Fractal piece, originaly created during the Generator.x 2.0: Beyond The Screen workshop held by Marius Watz, in Berlin in 2007. Sanch utilised an L-System algorithm in VVVV to generate cutting paths, the material was then half-cut using lasers enabling it to be folded in a succession of recursive pentagonal shapes.
Flight 404 has uploaded some new images to his Magnetic Architecture set. Particularly recommended are the photographs of the monochromatic prints that were shown the McLeod Residence gallery in Seattle. Dense, and highly detailed, multi-form particle structures were generated in Processing using Perlin Noise and controlled by gravitational forces.