[D-G] Automation from the Souls of Artists.

Johnatan Petterson internet.petterson at gmail.com
Thu Mar 21 19:31:47 PDT 2019

Oh. That was insentive and enticing a message from badger2 !!
I wonder about ´abstract ´ procedurality and think to add a little dose of
sensori-motor ´empathy ´ to typicall 3d procedurality . In houdini people
build sci-fi towns. But houdini i heavy on coding, and i prefer 3d
softwares with perception s more important in interfaces than calculus. The
abstract gothic side of coding make it quite cold, and it is seldom to
escape from northerly contemporaneous art, if ever. Security plays such a
role in constraining perception. I wonder whats wrong with my single cell
blob. My head my lower plexus these currents of energies are so unstable.
As if there was a hole in my fabric. Do you like Bjorks beats in homogenic,
with the song ´immature ´ I lack this exterior. That’s something within the
northerly cities, artificial as they come.

Le mer. 20 mars 2019 à 12:19 AM, Mike Lansing <badger2 at mail2world.com> a
écrit :

> As we forge a synthesis of non-messianic Pinhasian rhythms, chords and
> notes, architectural blobs offer a horizon for the machinic unconscious
> to mutate a time against the grain.
> 'The building of space now shifts from stable form to abstract force,
> steering new ideas and challenges to the relationship between space,
> body and technology. Architects of topological surface organizations
> "invite us to consider a new morphological analog of the body more akin
> to a single-cell blob than a symmetrically articulated upright man"
> (Greg Lynn 176) Architectural; theorist Greg Lynn's method of designing
> , involves programming a set of modifications (before [italics]) he has
> an object to modify. His work engages with "an alternative mathematics
> of form" to integrate an abstract plan that cannot contain all the
> details of the final product. In other words, the design has to be
> abstract enough in order to be compatible with myriad combinations.
> Lynn's "soft geometry" includes curves, folds and blobs as
> morphological issues that emerge in the process of converting a surface
> into a continuous traversing line. Blobs are intensive bodies that
> traverse the internal/external divide (between body and world, organic
> and inorganic) expanding by constantly incorporating external forces.'
> (Ikoniadou E, Rhythmic Topology: The Affective Stretching of Nature, in
> Bernd Herzogenrath, ed., An [Un]Likely Alliance: Thinking Environment
> with Deleuze and Guattari)
> 'Cold and dark, a crypt closes upon its black ink like an egg run
> through by a fragile limestone that the most external forces make
> indestructible.'
> (John-Clet Martin, Cartography of the Year 1000, in Gilles Deleuze and
> the Theater of Philosophy, Routledge, 1994)
> 'Cellular Vibrations. 'Sonocytology' is the study of cellular
> vibrations that, in the future, could arguably offer a closer
> understanding of the body and its tendency for disease. Discovered by
> nanoscientist James Gimzewski, sonocytology reveals that cells produce
> numerous miniscule vibrations per second. The breakthrough was further
> enabled by Gimzewski's invention of the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM),
> an ultrasensitive high-resolution motion detector that uses tactile
> sensing to detect motion as molecular scale. When these vibrations were
> amplified, the state of the cells (presence of lack of movement) was
> found to be directly linked to their rhythmic properties Using computer
> software, Gimzewski and his team amplified cellular rhythms collected
> by the AFM to create audible sound'
> (Ikoniadou, op cit)
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