Flickr Fruits #34 | Fractal Planetoids, Palindromic Robots, Sonic Colour Bursts & Brushwork Algorithms
Sunday, 9 May 2010
The Formula – Subblue
Sublue’s Mandlebulb set explores various species of 3D Mandelbrot fractals in exquisite detail. Their forms exist between baroque planetoid objects with hyper-dimensional surface ornamentation and microscopic diatomic organisms.
Zeno’s Palindromus series uses the palindrome as a metaphor model for bilateral reflection of angular forms to generate symmetrical neon robot architectonics.
Marius Watz’s KBG set contains a group of sound visualisations executed in his trademark ‘more is more’ bold colour style. Sound files obtained from artists related to the Konsberg Jazz Festival were interpreted as explosive radial wave form patterns in concentric formations.
William Ngan’s Mosumi set contains computational simulations of Chinese ink paintings. Combinations of sharp black lines with thicker lighter marks successfully provides the impression of ink washes, and the blurring effect of water on brush strokes.