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Coded Chimera: exploring relationships between sculptural form making and biological morphogenesis through computer modeling

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Coded Chimera: exploring relationships between sculptural form making and biological morphogenesis through computer modeling is an AHRC funded research project. I look at features of biological evolution and propose analogies with the development of sculptural form.

3D digital modeling is a feature of my sculptural practice and my concern has been to embody digital features in material form. The continuous speculation on the relation between the virtual and the actual reflects on how the computer expands our traditional concepts of the tool and methods of production.

The interaction of the biological and the computational in the exploration of form may lead to aesthetic judgment being played out at a different register.

This talk is part of the Rainbow Interaction Seminars series.

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