## Paul Prudence |

Archival Inkjet Print, A2 (420x 594 mm),2007.

Talysis II (real-time software) is constructed with a circuit of
video renderers, each passing its output to the next renderer to
produce a closed visual information loop - a software simulation
of analogue video feedback. Visual feedback loops are recursive
function simulators. Symmetrical geometric patterns are generated
as a single unit (white square) is transformed a little in shape,
position, orientation and hue while it's conveyed around the
circuit. The resultant art work shows properties of symmetry,
unitary modulation and hyperbolic geometry.

Archival Inkjet Print, A2 (420x 594 mm),2007.

Talysis II (real-time software) is constructed with a circuit of
video renderers, each passing its output to the next renderer to
produce a closed visual information loop - a software simulation
of analogue video feedback. Visual feedback loops are recursive
function simulators. Symmetrical geometric patterns are generated
as a single unit (white square) is transformed a little in shape,
position, orientation and hue while it's conveyed around the
circuit. The resultant art work shows properties of symmetry,
unitary modulation and hyperbolic geometry.

Archival Inkjet Print, A2 (420 x 594 mm),2009

An Autotroph (from the Greek autos = self and trophe = nutrition,
is an organism that produces complex organic compounds from simple
inorganic molecules using energy from light or inorganic chemical
reactions. Constructed using simulated video feedback in VVVV a
range of mathamatical morphological figures, architectural
archetypes and hyperbolic geometries have been arrived at. They
are ordered in sequence to accentuate their biological development
from one form to the next. We find properties of platonic
proportion, recursive geometries, strict symmetry and decorative
forms consistent with those cultures using mathematical rule sets
in the creation of their artefacts.

Archival Inkjet Print, A2 (420x 594 mm), 2009.

See above desription for Autotrophs
(Morphogenetic Sequence2)

Paul Prudence, Artist

London, UK