When form predominates…
“A work of art is realized when form and content are indistinguishable. When they are in synthesis. In other words, when they fuse.” – Paul Rand
“The Perlin noise link – is that connected to finding your own internal energy? I’m wondering how you will pursue the exploration to find the rhythm of your own internal energy that resonates with those of others?
This makes me think of my recent experience when I rented a vehicle that had technology which caused the steering wheel to vibrate overtime my car was within certain feet of another vehicle. The vibration felt like a shock or physical intrusion into my body. […]
So I’m thinking of your art as sort of a trick or a bit of artistic trickery maybe. Maybe you do not tell your audience that the pieces are made by robots (Can you go that step further and actually create something where robots CREATE a piece?) then you create a program maybe that randomly assigns meaning to a robot-made piece. Then wait for the reaction. It would be an interesting experiment in art criticism. Would people think it’s brilliant? How will they feel once they’ve assessed it’s brilliant to the idea that it wasn’t a Rudi creation but a creation of artificial intelligence? How does that inform how we look at “real”, human-created art? Just a thought on this.