Dance Variations

Print, 2016. Keywords: aesthetic explorations, math, print, software

A dance of a billion particles—abstract forms of bright white swirl over a vibrant blue background, perhaps mimicking smoke, liquid in suspension, or sheer fabric.

But this form comes from a virtual mathematical world that I explore using the computer and custom software. Art and mathematics – the right brain and the left – are inextricably linked in this work, which depends on mathematics, yet simultaneously illuminates and unravels its beauty.

Components

Inkjet print, framed

Dimensions

Variable

Edition

Limited Edition. Click here for details.

Exhibitions

2017 – Perception & Reality II, Snap! Downtown, Orlando, FL

Credits

Some photos courtesy Emily Jourdan

Links

Dance
Strange Attractors Tech Notes
Tutorial: Strange Attractors in C++ and OpenGL