self-referential image-generation, 2000
This series of software programs deal with research on self-referential systems.
The algorithmic generated moving images are entirely unpredictable and endless.
Two horizontal lines move vertically across the screen with constantly changing speeds, bounding each other within the screen's available space.
The depiction of an array of circles, that constantly enlarge (seemingly moving towards the viewer), creates - via the most simple means - the impression of a kind of tunneldrive with constantly altering directions.
This application is based on behaviours of the color-values of enlarged pixels in relation to their neighbors. The visual impression is that of a vibrating field of squares, out of which organic shapes emerge, transform and collapse.