Price:USD $100
Rule 30: Cellular Computation In Blue
by Futura Epsis 1

How do structures emerge in our model of a quantified, computational universe? From galaxies down to cells, atoms and strings. How does anything complicated get produced in nature?

The artwork "Cellular Computation In Blue And Yellow" uses the cellular automata mechanism discovered by Stephen Wolfram in the 1980s found across physics, chemistry and biology to explore how simple rules occurring in nature can create complexity and unique aesthetics.

From snowflakes to patterns on the shell of sea snails. Nature is using cellular rules we can observe and calculate in mathematical models and visualise through iteration.

Real-world systems, including biological and chemical ones help us to understand the most fundamental elements and relations that make the universe and life itself tick.

08:00 min video-loop, prints and 4k+ video-wall.
Made with Processing.
Price:USD $100
Exhibited next to the forbidden city in Beijing China, the Kremlin in Moscow and across Shakespeares Hamlets castle in Denmark.

Published from Bloomsbury and Computer Arts to Wired the 1986 born German artist A. Rothaug explores visual aesthetics, transforming data like light, sound or movement into artificial systems that produce stunning experiences and cutting edge graphics.

Having worked together worldwide with golden record artists, top 100 rated agencies and indie-clients alike for over a decade FE1 stands for quality content, passionate love for detail and a drive for innovation between philosophy and physics, nature and technology.
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