A series of algorithmic animations derived from an investigation of visual perception
The movements in this series are generated by algorithms. I establish behavioural rules from observing the movements in everyday environments and translate those into computational instructions.
For more than two decades I have been taking photographs of my everyday surroundings. Nothing I photograph is staged or arranged. The locations tend be so commonplace they are often overlooked. I am interested in shapes and relationships between them. I am not interested in narrative.
In April 2006 I started the ‘DAILY PHOTOGRAPHS’ project as a means to store those odd images. Unexpectedly the project evolved. Within the stream of photographs, themes emerged. The images revealed my way of seeing. The act of taking a photograph became a manifestation of my process of perception.