I am fascinated by natural-grown structures appearing chaotic at first sight but truly following a clear system. The piece “Digitalism is Dead” is an expression of this admiration. The dots flip in irregular patterns showing their black and white side, creating united areas or popping up in a stark contrast to the environment. Without software working in the background, the movements originate in a pure analog process. Because of overlapping magnet fields, the pixels are flipping. The diversity of possible magnetic overlaps allows no repetition of a structure, so every moment is singular, unpredictable, chaotic, and in order at the same time.
Venue: Nabshi Center