The Articulation of Visual Experiences Through Algorithm

Completion Date: 
2005
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The Articulation of Visual Experiences Through Algorithm explores the concepts and possibilities computation presents as a creative medium for design.

This thesis investigates the relationship between code and visual language. From this relationship, a new vocabulary of new media will emerge, driven by ideas that stretch their existence simultaneously through all means — visual, aural, verbal, haptical, temporal and logical.

My methodology was based on discrete experiments native to the computational medium which investigated a range of topics including: musical intervals; generative and interactive form systems; interactive op art; database visualization; and the plastic components of time.

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