Real-Time Art Illustrates The Nature Of Permanent Change

Real-Time Art Illustrates The Nature Of Permanent Change
technology

Interactive artist Brett Balogh's work Chora features a generative meditation on the impermanence of form.

Kyle Studstill
  • 18 january 2010

Combining audio data generated from the seismic activity of Mount Etna in Italy with a visual algorithm that renders an ever-changing wire-based structure, interactive artist Brett Balogh’s work Chora features “a generative meditation on the impermanence of form.”

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