Math Art Digital Print - "ColoRs foR a laRge wall" by statsinthewild

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Math Art Digital Print - "ColoRs foR a laRge wall" Metal Print

Math Art Digital Print - "ColoRs foR a laRge wall" Metal Print
Math Art Digital Print - "ColoRs foR a laRge wall" Metal Print
Math Art Digital Print - "ColoRs foR a laRge wall" Metal Print
Math Art Digital Print - "ColoRs foR a laRge wall" Metal Print

Math Art Digital Print - "ColoRs foR a laRge wall" Metal Print

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Description: This is an exploration of Ellsworth Kelly's 1976 work "Colors on a grid". The distribution and type of colors is based on the original work, however, the choice and location of each color is generated by a pseudo-random number generator from the statistical software programming language R. This is essentially a modern updating of the original work using modern day techniques to generate colors randomly. The actual choice of color for each square is done entirely without intention; only the probabilities of colors are chosen for aesthetic purposes.

Artist Statement: My work explores the relationship between chance, randomness, probability and the natural human impulse to seek visual structure. With influences as diverse as Piet Mondrian, Vilmos Huszár, and Bart van der Leck of the Dutch neoplasticism (Nieuwe Beelding in Dutch) movement of the early 20th century and contemporary artist Damien Hirst, my goal is to explore these connections through digital art, marrying aesthetic principles with data visualizations generated using statistical computing software and pseudo-random number generation. Full Statement: http://statsinthewild.com/art/statement/

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