Deconstructions – M87 Blackhole

2018 -

The process of creating this piece is akin to visualizing the butterfly effect. I introduce chaos to skew the assemblage of vector data preordained to resemble a painting I made of the M87 black hole. I am investigating the aesthetics that result from the random and erratic, suggesting all that goes wrong is sometimes right; that the design choices I made in the original painting can survive outside that rigid data structure. I am searching for the best wrongs; the wrongs that outshine perfectly laid plans.

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