“Computer graphic instruments are interesting for their possibilities in generating motion. In fact, there exists a vast unexpected world of movement and rhythm in abstract space which is now realisable thanks to this type of hardware”
— John Whitney
A series of motion graphics and stills that explore the mathematical formula involved in constructing geometric shapes that are found in nature, art and science. These sacred geometric structures are also found in the vibrational frequencies in music.
The graphics are minimal in their appearance yet the core of their integrity is what lies beneath; that is the mathematical algorithm, the set of inﬆructions that the computer systematically goes through to create the image that you see. The same kind of algorithmic system that can be seen at play in the formation of an Orchid or a Spiral Galaxy is also present in software technology.