Thanks, Antoine. I'm reading the link. But I just wanted to say that I
think you're getting at something that's really important to generative
art (and the random). Because part of the contemporary significance of
generative art does indeed relate to evolution and and its significance
philosophically. The idea that things like eyeballs do not require a
creator to have designed them but, instead, can have evolved without a
designer--and the role of the random therein--underlie something of the
spirit of contemporary generative art, which, at least for some,
spiritually, is a kind of an exploration of the beautiful and potently
fecund possibilities of generative processes.
On 7/13/2018 5:44 PM, Antoine Schmitt wrote:
I guess I have been quite influenced by Jacques Monod's book
and Necessity a long time ago.
So I use a lot of chance (randomness) in my artworks that deal with
the strange movements of (artificial) living beings.. Both inside, and
outside the beings.
> Le 12 juil. 2018 à 19:41, Jim Andrews <jim(a)vispo.com
> <mailto:email@example.com>> a écrit :
> Very interesting poetical writing about what you do with randomness,
> Antoine. Am very interested to hear more about it.
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