mardi 15 septembre 2015

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As I'm trying to experiment a bit, you may stumble upon a few strange artworks, as my DATA pieces; they might look strange and/or worthless to you.
Or you might be intrigued and wish to understand them.
When I tried to approach the world of theoretical physic, one notion rocked my understanding of the world : matter can and is interpretted as information.
Particles, for instance, are reduced to what we can grasp of them : a set of data -- like quantum numbers.

Shown above are displayed the same set of information, using three different methods of encryption (fairly simple ones).
Each technique used has it's ups and downs; some are more visually entertaining, others more clear, and some are just downright confusing. But all represent the same set of information (which in the displayed example is random).
This technique of "disguising informations in an infinite number of outfits" is broadly used in artistic medias; just not as plainly.

So why?
Why breaking from the original form of art to display some sort of confusing source code?
Because I deeply think that information as a hidden beauty.
The same beauty we can see when confronted with foreign calligraphy; we then do not foccus our eyes on the meaning of the presented words, but on their shapes and aesthetic properties
The same process applies here.
A meaning exist behind every piece as well, it's not just a beauty contest for letters (if it was, the letter "w" would easily win each time... I mean, come on).

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Et vous vous dites, mais où est donc passée la version française ?
Il n'y en aura plus, je pense.
Déjà parce que je commence toujours par la version anglaise, et que traduire donne toujours des résultats assez naze, ensuite parce que mon niveau d'orthographe en français est paradoxalement moins bon qu'en anglais.
Les choses changent, le monde évolue, apprenez l'anglais et le kung-fu.
Soyez "in", que diable !






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