Spectral decomposition of light, machinima of generative application
Artist: Nourathar Studio
Authors: Caen Botto & Marta Rupérez
Title: Variations on the Modulation of Cubes
Medium: Mixed media; screen, video player, electronics, lens, perspex in custom wooden box.
Dimensions: 44,5(h) x 44,5(w) x 30(d) cm
Loop duration: 11'00"
Edition: 1 of 7
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The artworks in this series represent the convergence of analog and digital media: a wooden box contains an analog lens that deforms computer-generated 3D shapes. The spectral decomposition of light, caused by the lens, affects how the shapes and their modulation are perceived. In these Studies of the Modulation of Forms, the point of view of the observer determines the perception of the artwork.
On the other hand, the movement of the cubical forms echoes the morphological decomposition and re-composition, similar to an animated cubism that allows for the analysis of these forms and all their possible perspectives.
Machinima is the result of recording animation sequences generated in real time, in 3D environments such as video games.
Custom application developed in Max/MSP/Jitter by Caen Botto