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Aggregates made from Computer Code
Los Angeles-based artist John Houck creates this mind bending photography (if you can call it that). These are pigment prints in an exhibition named "Aggregates." Houck was trained in writing computer code, designed software that would produce intricate, multicolored grids, and that is how he created these "Aggregates". For each of these, he printed out one of these digital compositions, manually creased the sheet of paper and photographed it, repeating this process multiple times to disturb the programmed perfection of the original grid.
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This is awesome. I feel like a lot of times when contemporary artists find a way to incorporate technology into their work, it gets a little cliche, but this is pretty fresh and interesting. There's a whole lot of rhythm going on.
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