I close my eyes. The are only two colors laying horizontally: A pale green, and bleached amber. These colors evolved into many overlapping bokeh that I eventually call glitters. Glitters have surprisingly irregular surface and the edges are not quite smooth. I decide based on a vision (literally) to make every glitter a composite of two translucent circles that don’t completely overlap. Furthermore each circle could have a different color. I get the code wrong, but the result is more interesting than the effect I’m going for. the masses of glits concentrate as if forming letters and symbols. Different iterations and experiments with color I am able to overcome the distraction.
Miosis (or myosis, from Ancient Greek μύειν, mūein, “to close the eyes“) is a term with various definitions, which generally include constriction of the pupil.
from wikipedia encyclopedia
perhaps the shape is inspired by another project
I try closing my eyes. On the horizon there are many glits. They flow like the traffic, blink like a light house, and fade like a star. Some overlap and create new shape, while others fade in motion to reveal a new formation. I want to keep them forever.
a vision about light
is to feel the eyes
every light beam, lending to each eye,
two sides, two hands, and legs, everything in pairs
making and breaking
nominating and dominating
flowing and glowing
change i can change i can for different reasons and all things no no… ah.. I can change
and i unite and rea-son…
looking at everything be the-are..
i can believe now
you will join me in being there in motion…
different thing creature no no no no no
i rather see it
this sweet symphony is not like …
i take it like feathers and futures…
i can change i can change in
in motion and change and motion change
no no no oh oh oh
aaahhhhhhh , hmmmm mmmm mmmm mMmM
to squint the eyes / see the lights / feel the eyes
every light beam, lending to each eye, two sides, two hands, and legs
everything in pairs
Design by process is a synthesis of internal and external restraints along with subsequent revisions. By adopting such a view man[art]agency takes into design consideration every event that follows (that might be overlooked as trivial or accidental). Process-based design is a study of awareness and perception as well as experience and events. We believe this is the best creative approach to design problems that can lead to effective and engaging result, every time.
Fish flow is code art that explores evolution of a feeling. At a good state and right frameworks, random can have powerful meaning. The powerful effect can entirely emerge, without losing harmony and the state of the good can carry through the dichotomy of chaos and order without losing purity.
The visual code art was created by yours truly. It was edited (again) with a soundtrack by johnny_ripper. This video is free to remix and redistribute under creative commons share-alike license, as long as you attribute sources (johnny and i).
I was exprimenting with NodeBox the other day, a visual programing language and I found very interesting interactive features. The soundtrack is from johnny_ripper and the video is free under creative commons license.
The object was intangible. So was the subject. As the lines grew so did distraction and the fear of losing the subject: Representative objects tend to become symbolic. The rhythm was important. So was the intentionality. The patterns and motifs had movement. The geometric symbols became more subtle and soon embraced. The leaves and flowers became the best symbols for the subject. Vegetative life grows yet appears fixed. I was happy with my first attempts… the subject reflected the object and the cold-calm scaffolding and the warm-wacky feelings, reminded me of the reason I started this project.