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Landform

Landform is a project that has emerged out of the developmental work behind the Waveform and Orbital Reveries projects. Whereas these earlier efforts involve aligning visual and textual…

Orbital Reveries

Orbital Reveries is a project growing out of the zine The Landsat Reverie, that was made for the zinesindarktimes project by Joanna Walsh. It furthers the basic premise…

Waveform

Waveform is a speculative instance of ‘drone generated poetry’, meditating on the role of digital sensors in contemporary environmental monitoring, and exploring modes of capturing and expressing sensory…

Phase Space

A three dimensional array of arbitrary characters that is transformed and projected out into three dimensional space, before being rotated into various clusters, constellations, and spiral galaxies. Initially…

Signals

Signals is a collection of algebraic poems written in Lincos, the mathematical language designed for communicating with extra-terrestrial intelligences, and these are accompanied by exoplanet search imagery derived…

The Garden of Forking Paths

A whimsical remake of the Borges short story, using Bitsy by Adam Le Doux. Explore the divergent paths of the endless, labyrinthine garden, while leafing through cut up…

After Life

An experimental piece made using Bitsy by Adam Le Doux. Set inside a now dormant universe of cellular automata, you are free to explore the ashes left behind,…

The Landsat Reverie

The Landsat Reverie was a piece made for the zinesindarktimes project by artist and author Joanna Walsh. In this piece, historical image data from the Multispectral Scanner (MSS)…

Emergent Typography

Emergent Typography involves imprinting a conventional 26 character Latin alphabet onto a rule-driven matrix characteristic of cellular automata. The system is then allowed to run for a handful…

Flowpath

FLOWPATH is a graphical, emergent programming language, inspired by 10 PRINT algorithms, cellular automata, and liquid computing architectures. It has been developed in light of the long history…