Complex Systems Art Performance
published: Nov. 23, 2007, recorded: October 2007, views: 11048
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The tasks of the artist in between this self-organizing process is firstly in the preparation of the used objects which are mostly liquids. The objects are put into physical relation in certain amounts and in certain configurations. This is equivalent to the initial state of the self-organizing.
Proceeding from this initial state develops the process of creating a form, while the artist can influence the self-organization by regulations, like for example adding new objects or physical reconfigurations of existing objects.
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