Birds of paradise_Kaleido 3

The videos are inspired by the birds-of-paradise which are among the most beautiful creatures on earth—and an extraordinary example of evolutionary adaptation. Artists have painted them, collectors have traded skins, but few people have seen them alive in a natural setting. Unfortunately an average of 137 species of life forms are driven into extinction every day in the world’s tropical rainforests.

Quantum Foam 3

Quantum Foam is a hypnotic visualisation that acts like a portal to the quantum universe.

To realise the video the artist tapped into a random number live data stream derived from a tabletop laser experiment with entangled photons, and channeled this data across the internet into a custom-made software application. Hence, the video is a product of direct quantum data measurements, their corresponding energy values, and ultimately true random generated numbers.

Radiolaria 2

Video animation inspired by wonderful geometries, symmetries and patterns found in nature.

With their glassy skeletons of often perfect geometric form and symmetry, radiolarians are among the most beautiful of all protists. Radiolaria are protozoa with a diameter of around 0.1–0.2 mm that produce intricate mineral skeletons, typically with a central capsule dividing the cell into the inner and outer portions of endoplasm and ectoplasm. The elaborate mineral skeleton is usually made of silica. They are found in the upper layers of all oceans.


LILY POND is inspired by the lily pond paintings of Claude Monet where colonies of lilies shining in the sun lay like pearls.

A contemporary connection is drawn by the artist by referring to social/physical distancing and the computational translation to set of instructions to safeguard a certain distance between the different elements of the composition. The series explores the relationship between nature, art (history), data science and computational design.

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