Mash up, remix … as a child, I spent a number of hours filling bottles with colored sand. The layers were superimposed on each other to draw fantastic landscapes. We had to create a maximum of hills and valleys to avoid simple succession of horizontal layers. This is the process that interests me at the moment. The pixels are filled by pouring the images right edge to the left edge and the left edge to the right edge, simultaneously. Computers do not have to worry about gravity. Figures are much too large for the screen. The interactivity through the sliders. – processing – 2013 (translated from the original)
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