“Algorithmic art and fractal aesthetic”, pushing Mondrian-like patterns to their limits. Here.
“In the variation, instead of having a fixed set of decoration, a decoration for each (square) tiles is constructed as follows. Through each edge of the tile, there will be a segment of line perpendicular to it. The actual location of the line segment is chosen randomly. Inside the tile, the line segment coming from all four edges are somehow combined to complete the decoration. When they are assembled, an interesting pattern appears. “
Full text on Algorithmic worlds.
Other interesting posts on Algorithmic Worlds blog.
If you happen to be in Paris: go visit the current Centre Pompidou main exhibit on Mondrian / De Stijl.
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