A collaborative project that transitions the visual aesthetic of a Matt Bilfield peg piece to the generative art world. “Pixels” from the physical world take on new life as the limitations of reality are removed and they are free to assemble and morph without the rigidity or permanence of wood, paint and glue. Round and square variants incorporate multiple color palettes into four unique styles, each with their own distinct attributes. Additional variety in dimensions, depth, color placement, animation, and light modes ensure no two are alike. Make sure to explore the intricacies of each piece by using the mouse to see all angles. Keyboard shortcuts: a: toggle animation, r: reset camera position, s: save screenshot.
Learn more at https://mattbilfield.com/transitions-on-artblocks
Jason Ting x Matt Bilfield
Jason Ting (b.1986) is an American new media artist. He uses a variety of creative coding tools to create abstract animated visuals that explore the interaction of form, color, and motion. His work is inspired by forces found in nature, geometric patterns, and light. Ting is a graduate from the University of California San Diego's Interdisciplinary Computing and Arts program. He lives and works in New Haven, Connecticut.
Algorithmic edition of 4712
Jul 27, 2021, 12:47 AM UTC
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