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ENCHANTMENT. FIELDS

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Enchanted by the success of technical inventions, humanity creates new tools, machines and algorithms. They work more or less autonomously and bring active transformations of spaces.

In this project, we refer to the concept of “field”. The collective image of the field is a symbol of the space of vital opportunities, emptiness and freedom. On photogrammetric models of real landscapes, algorithmic structures are being created. The surface of the landscape is analysed and its outlines become the basis for the construction of abstract forms.
The concept of “field” is juxtaposed with the image of the algorithmic process, seen as a metaphor for technological progress. The digital environment makes contact with reality. Observing how the algorithm creates the forms on the field, one can see how the landscape is changing. This symbolic image translates the experience of the dynamics of the present and visions of the future.

This work was presented in project of Ars Electronica “Future Humanity – Our Shared Planet”, in collaboration with Hyundai Motor Group.
Hyundai Motor Studio, Moscow 2018-19.

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