Sorting and scrambling algorithms battling over digital memories.
This series of real-time programs writen in C++ and GLSL, meditate on the behavior of memories. Allocated memory is iteratively loaded, sorted, and blurred; during this stage of fragility it suffers progressive deterioration and corruption. Once it achieves a maximum state of order or entropy, new memories are allocated and loaded to restart the cycle again.
The work minted on September 2021 on the Tezos block chain is the culmination of research on digital memories started back on July 2018. Since then and during their multiple iterations it have been a source of inspiration for multiple other artist.
Memory Studies 001, ed. of 100 on Hic Et Nunc collection, minted in September 2021
Memory Studies 002, ed. of 10 on Hic Et Nunc collection, minted in September 2021
Memory Studies 003, ed. of 10 on Hic Et Nunc collection, minted in October 2021
Memory Studies 004, ed. of 10 on Hic Et Nunc collection, minted in October 2021
Memory Studies 005, ed. of 10 on Hic Et Nunc collection, minted in October 2021
Memory Studies 006, ed. of 10 on Hic Et Nunc collection, minted in October 2021
To suport the clean art works, this serie was reales on a physical framed screen repurposed from e-waste
These are minimalist objects of contemplation made from e-waste and elevated through art. Old LCDs are diverted from landfills. Inspired by the anti-industrial spirit of the Arts & Crafts movement, different disciplines are combined, letting emerge from the metal, wood, and software a new object with a soul of its own.